otre

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Italian[edit]

un otre — a wineskin

Etymology[edit]

From Latin utrem, accusative of uter, from earlier *udris, from Proto-Indo-European *wed- (water).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈo.tre/, [ˈoːt̪r̺e]
  • Hyphenation: ó‧tre

Noun[edit]

otre m (plural otri)

  1. leather bottle; waterskin or wineskin
    • 1825, Vincenzo Monti, transl., Iliade [Iliad], Milan: Giovanni Resnati e Gius. Bernardoni di Gio, translation of Ἰλιάς (Iliás) by Homer, published 1840, Book III, lines 323–327, page 70:
      Venían recando i banditori intanto ¶ Dalle città le sacre ostie di pace, ¶ Due trascelti agnelletti, e della terra ¶ Giocondo frutto generoso vino ¶ Chiuso in otre caprigno.
      Meanwhile the announcers were coming, bringing the sacred peace offerings from the cities: two carefully picked lambs, and generous wine, pleasant harvest of the soil, sealed in a goat wineskin

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Middle English[edit]

Noun[edit]

otre

  1. Alternative form of oter

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Noun[edit]

otre m

  1. indefinite plural of oter

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Adjective[edit]

otre

  1. other