otro n sg
- neuter singular of
otro m (fem: otra)
- "Not again!" or "What, again?" (also Otra vez! or Otra vez?)
It is a common and potentially embarrassing mistake for students of Spanish to use un otro / una otra for the word "another": Because the Spanish language (unlike, for example, Italian, French, and Portuguese) does not distinguish between the words "other" and "another," otro/otra without article is correct for each. Moreover, otro/otra preceded by a definite or indefinite article refers to an extramarital, usu. long-term lover, i.e., a lover "other" than one's spouse; cf. the archaic/literary English phrase "[singular personal pronoun] love[s] another."