Definitions for OT
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Also, O.T. Old Testament.
Also, o.t. overtime.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
[Usenet: common] Abbreviation for “off-topic”. This is used to respond to a question that is inappropriate for the newsgroup that the questioner posted to. Often used in an HTML-style modifier or with adverbs. See also TAN.
Od iyesi is the Turkic and Mongolian spirit or deity of fire. In Turkic languages, Od means fire, and iye is the familiar spirit of any natural asset, literally meaning "master" or "possessor." Od iyesi protects the fire. It is also known as Ateş iyesi or Alev iyesi.
Translations for OT
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
5 in number.
- cincoPortuguese (BR)
- πέντε (στον αριθμό)Greek
- skup od pet osoba, kvintetCroatian
- nombor limaMalay
- пять; пятероRussian
- broj petSerbian
- 五個(人或物)Chinese (Trad.)
- تعداد میں 5Urdu
- số nămVietnamese
- 五个（人或物）Chinese (Simp.)
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