Pronunciation: ‘O-shE-”Os, ‘O-tE-
Etymology: Latin otiosus, from otium: leisure
1 : producing no useful result : FUTILE
2 : being at leisure : IDLE
3 : lacking use or effect : FUNCTIONLESS
synonym see VAIN
- oti·ose·ly adverb
- oti·ose·ness noun
- oti·os·i·ty /”O-shE-’ä-s&-tE, “O-tE-/ noun
From the Rap Dictionary.
(v) To be hostile to. 2) (v) To need something badly, most often drugs. But you can also be a fiend for a dope beat.
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