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  • n. Plural form of otter.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • (water-dogs), taking name from the abundance of these animals (which we term otters) sometime haunting and using it. '

    Devon, Its Moorlands, Streams and Coasts

  • Now one of the chief threats to otters is being run over as they cross roads between streams.

    River clean-up brings otters back from brink of extinction

  • Just saying, punching otters is the final step of the Apocalypse.


  • Whilst he was doing this, two quadrupeds,called otters, came up from the sea, and, lying down before him on the sand, breathed upon his feet, and wiped them with theirhair after which, having received his blessing, they returned to their native element.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • After they'd caught a few, the journey south would begin, which for the otters is the most risky part.

    The Seattle Times

  • Harry Liquornik, a longtime diver, calls the otters - 4-foot members of the weasel family -

    News for Richmond Times-Dispatch

  • Griffin, who is retired and has traveled to every continent except Antarctica, said the otters were the only folk-art piece that survived the storm, which made landfall Sept. 13, causing severe flooding and damaging much of the upper Texas coast.

    The Daily News - News

  • These rivers also support other typical riverine fauna such as otters, waterbirds, false gavials, crocodiles, and monitor lizards.

    Borneo peat swamp forests

  • During a free moment this afternoon, I went on a quest this to document these "otters" * -- because otters, you know.

    May 13th, 2005

  • The Minion Waide reinforced our skepticism by claiming that he had spotted these "otters" of which our boss spoke -- and that these otters were in fact, muskrats.

    May 20th, 2005


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