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otter

noun ot·ter \ˈä-tər\

: an animal that has dark brown fur and webbed feet with claws and that eats fish

plural otters also otter

Full Definition of OTTER

1
:  any of various largely aquatic carnivorous mammals (as genus Lutra or Enhydra) of the weasel family that usually have webbed and clawed feet and dark brown fur
2
:  the fur or pelt of an otter

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Origin of OTTER

Middle English oter, from Old English otor; akin to Old High German ottar otter, Greek hydōr water — more at water
First Known Use: before 12th century

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