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otherguess

PRONUNCIATION:
(UHTH-uhr-ges)

MEANING:
adjective: Of another kind.

ETYMOLOGY:
An alteration of othergates, from other + gate (path), from Old Norse gata. Earliest documented use: 1632.

USAGE:
“The worlds beyond living and dying, undarkened of doubts and negations, Where other ideals Faith follows and otherguess Gods they call Lord.”
John Payne; Flower o’ Thorn; Villon Society; 1909.

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