Common misspellings for other:
aithor, fther, tother, borther, dotther, otder, athet, othen, otheer, othersie, othersw, othe, othe4r, othrr, etheire, onthe, ither, owmer, athree, otjer, autherd, othan, rother, inother, atthe, anothor, tthe, otherp, anoither, ithere, athour, ther, asthe, otheers, other's', ofthe, othre, afther, uthers, anothe, oithers, otherwiaw, ofeer, anouther, otherto, aouthor, aanother, eaither, orthers, ifthey, ohther, otther, morther, authir, theer, buther, eythema, other2, ithat, etherm, aother, ifthe, thuer, othwer, theuir, jthey, amother, thieir, otherse, aniother, inthe, ythier, ohter, outthe, toother, otherss, hthe, onther, athird, auther, orother, eatchother, totheir, dauther, tothier, nother, eitheir, uthor, gether, aechother, otjher, shorther, orher, eother, otcher, noother, toher, iheir, abother, dather, auhthor, eithor, otherwsie, otherb, ouner, outhe, eiather, upthe, orther, eiether, ogher, othwe, worther, eather, athem, ethier, authoer, cather, sothe, eatother, athers, eacthother, ouwer, eeither, otgher, eacother, ottur, oteher, wther, athere, anouthe, iether, nither, oothers, cother, intthe, eiher, ethir, wthe, eithier, toeather, ather, aruther, othr, othrer, otherh, anotther, motther, othor, outher, eithjer, iother, nethier, motheer, iothers, authr, isthe, oneither, otyher, othes, ethem, beother, futher, onher, ethere, iftheir, ttheir, athor, aboutthe, ythe, eiother, athuor, ththeir, etheir, othat, eathoer, authior, ithey, tothe, offthe, wother, nthe, enother, ithers, dthey, aothor, uther, odther, toghther, otrher, eether, ratheer, othere, ogether, rther, orcher, aorther, pther, ehter, puther, dothe, afather, otehr, howthe, eachouther, urther, rither, theother, ahter, otherway, eitherway, outht, aauthor, thoer, kother, douther, anohther, echother, euther, anaother, oanother, otherly, eiither, 2gether, etther, unther, gother, toether, eitherr, eigther, othjer, ahother, athoer, tather, eighther, sothey, eathe, gthey, eatherway, rthe, eithr, botther, botheer, athey, fither, annother, eahcother, othersor, orthier, othehr, iather, eathere, eithe, eirther, arther, abouther, erather, orthar, bothor, foather, onethe, routher, hether, ofher, zthe, othern, notheir, anthoer, othewr, athur, eitheer, outhers, ethr, aonother, anoother, gther, pthe, alltheir, forther, theior, allother, anoyther, abouttheir, anothoer, fothe, inther, itheir, orfer, ofthier, othey, the3ir, ofother, oather, owber, othro, dthe, anoather, erther, ointhe, oter, ifurther, nuther, the'er, ithen, fether, hother, aurther, auother, eahother, otherf, aether, otherwie, ofothe, theor, athea, oyther, ontheir, onother, ehtier, ofwhether, rathaer, ytheir, orthe, outhere, othter, eachothe, othors, auothor, itthe, othave, eachothor, otner, thier, theiir, meether, erthema, otherr, boother, theur, otthers, otherd, abouthe, moother, otheir, mmother, aothers, athte, athle, wuther, dother, thaer, theoir, mothar, sother, eithere, eachother, anotheer, ocuer, nouther, mther, eathir, fouther, ofther, theeir, knowthey, intheir, nothe, maother, unother, autheor, wather, neother, surther, howthey, unather, fthe, eathier, bothar, aither, oher, eweather, enouther, othyer, asthey, eathother, bther, oathed, ionthe, owthers, therw, agther, dothey, othert, aouther, fother, othher, anothur, othet, eithter, othersa, oyher, oftheir, ithik, mthe, ehether, eacchother, oether, emother, tther, oythers, thioer, eachothr, tthier, uthe, rether, aortha, otur, aothere, noether, outhor, eithert, onather, oither, mothor, bouther, euither, athore, counther, auathor, othetr, oathe, naother, ethree, otheirs, onuer, eacheather, enther, douthir, abotthe, mothur, oteh, othesr, athter, othem, opther, otherw, othis, otherl, ethey, eithre, outthere, notthe, faother, olther, hthey, eitther, louther, bothir, eachther, ithor, nather, toghtther, mither, onether, otherday, oother, othger, 0ther, ithem, anothey, arthur, cther, earther, enthe, ortho, lther, m0ther, athear, oahter, othef, other3, othier, owther, 9others, other's, cthe, gthe, kthe, vthe, xthe, kther, 9ther, o6her, o5her, otger, otber, otuer, otyer, othwr, othsr, othdr, oth4r, oth3r, othee, othed, othe5, othe4, okther, pother, 0other, o0ther, 9other, o9ther, otfher, ogther, o6ther, ot6her, o5ther, ot5her, otbher, othber, otnher, othner, otuher, othuer, othser, othder, othedr, oth4er, oth3er, othe3r, othefr, othe5r, other5, other4, o4her, ouher, otxer, otier, othur, othmr, othar, othgr, othe2, otheb, othez, othev, othep, o ther, ot her, oth er, othe r.
Definition of other:
- Either; -- used with other or or for its correlative as either . . . or are now used.
- Alternate; second; -- used esp. in connection with every; as, every other day, that is, each alternate day, every second day.
- Not this, but the contrary; opposite; as, the other side of a river.
- Left, as opposed to right.
- Alternate; second; - used esp. in connection with every; as, every other day, that is, each alternate day, every second day.
- The opposite one of two; as, one or the other of you; a different person or thing.
- A different person or thing.
- The opposite one.
- Either; - used with other or or for its correlative ( as either . . . or are now used).
- Or; either.
- Otherwise; as, she could not do other than help him.
- of the distant past; " the early inhabitants of Europe"; " former generations"; " in other times"
- very unusual; different in character or quality from the normal or expected; " a strange, other dimension... where his powers seemed to fail"- Lance Morrow
- recently past; " the other evening"
- Not the same; different; as, I have other matters to attend to; additional; more; as, I have other sisters; opposite; as, the other side of the street; second; as, every other line.
- Different not the same: additional: second of two.
- Different; additional; second of two.
- Not the same.
- Second; noting the remaining one of two things; contrary; alternate.
- Not the same; different; not this, but the contrary; noting something besides.
- Not the same; not this but different; correlative to each, and opposed to some; something besides; used as a noun with number and case, signifying, not I or he, but some one else, as " let others judge".