The term “otter” is a slang expression for a slim, hairy gay man; a person with a bigger body mass, but who is similarly hairy is called a bear. trends.embed.renderExploreWidget("TIMESERIES", {"comparisonItem":[{"keyword":"Otter","geo":"","time":"2004-01-01 2020-10-14"}],"category":0,"property":""}, {"exploreQuery":"date=all&q=Otter","guestPath":"https://trends.google.com:443/trends/embed/"}); The association of gay men and animals come from the book by George Mazzei, “Who’s who at the zoo?” published in 1979. 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The entire series is a coherent story where every scene from the first book fits perfectly with the last book. This page was last edited on 26 November 2020, at 10:14. He is the sweetest guy ever who gives the best hugs. To double otter is to sleep on your back next to someone and hold hands the way otters will do when paired up. He will … The first couple of books might be seem childish in nature but they aren't. A related expression for a homosexual man, with a thin physique is naked otter or shaved otter. The term “otter” is mostly unknown to people, who are unaware of the terminology, endorsed by the members of the LGBT movement. A cute, outgoing, and popular guy. Anyone who ever meets and wins his love is the luckiest person ever. People are more familiar with a derivate of the expression; naked otter, as in 2017 it turned into a popular prank to make people Google search the phrase. From Old Dutch *ottar, from Proto-West Germanic *ot(t)r, from Proto-Germanic *utraz, from Proto-Indo-European *udrós (“water-animal, otter”), from *wed- (“water”). April, 2017 briefly saw a meme called “Do Not Google Naked Otters,” aimed at pranking people into unwittingly looking up pictures of naked gay men. The series consists of 7 books, about a boy named Harry Potter, who at the age of 11 finds out that he is a wizard. To describe a person as fun loving ,carefree. From Old Norse otr, from Proto-Germanic *utraz, from Proto-Indo-European *udrós (“water-animal, otter”), from *wed- (“water”). A related expression for a homosexual man, with a thin physique is naked otter or shaved otter. As a rule, otters and bears are both hairy, but otters are generally slimmer and smaller than bears. Panda (or Panda Bear) – A bear of Asian descent. The term “otter” is a slang expression for a slim, hairy gay man; a person with a bigger body mass, but who is similarly hairy is called a bear. Cognate with Saterland Frisian Otter, Dutch otter, German Otter, Swedish utter, Norwegian oter, Icelandic otur, Sanskrit उद्र (udrá), Russian вы́дра (výdra), and Ancient Greek ὕδρα (húdra, “water snake”). otter c (singular definite otteren, plural indefinite ottere). “Otter” had derived from the bear analogy, during the 1980’s, seeing as how both animals are distinguished by their fur; while bear is holding a much larger body mass, an “otter” is a lot smaller and tinier, thus more fitting to be applied for hairy men, who are not carrying “luggage”. More etymology under English water. The term is yet unused here; the animal associated with hairy, gay men was bear. This noun needs an inflection-table template. One of the best pieces of literature of the modern times. While originally otter refers to a semiaquatic, carnivorous mammal from the weasel family, in the modern day context it is encountered related to LGBT subjects. Usually on your back similar to how an otter (the animal) floats in the water. otter. otter m (plural otters, diminutive ottertje n). Polar Bear – An older bear whose facial and body hair is predominantly or entirely white or grey. From Middle English oter, otir, otur, otyre, from Old English otor, from Proto-West Germanic *ot(t)r, from Proto-Germanic *utraz, from Proto-Indo-European *udrós (“aquatic, water-animal”), from Proto-Indo-European *wed- (“water”). Otter – Considered a subspecies of "bear" by some, an Otter is a hairy height/weight proportionate to slim man. A gay man who is very hairy all over his body, but is smaller in frame and weighs considerably less than a bear. " From Middle Dutch otter, from Old Dutch *ottar, from Proto-West Germanic *ot(t)r, from Proto-Germanic *utraz, from Proto-Indo-European *udrós (“water-animal, otter”), from *wed- (“water”). Cognate with Saterland Frisian Otter, Dutch otter, German Otter, Swedish utter, Norwegian oter, Icelandic otur, Sanskri… Written by J.K Rowling. Urban Dictionary has a couple of useful definitions and entries on the subject: https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=otter, What is an otter? Ursula – A lesbian bear. The gay tribe for lean guys with a bit of scruff, An Illustrated Guide To Recognizing Your Gay Stereotypes, SlangLang – Online dictionary for slang words. (Noun or adjective) To otter (verb) is to sleep. A naked otter, in subsequent gay slang, is either an otter posing nude or an otter who has recently shaved their facial or body hair. Larry is an otter, and he likes to date bears or other otters ." From Middle English oter, otir, otur, otyre, from Old English otor, from Proto-Germanic *utraz, from Proto-Indo-European *udrós (“aquatic, water-animal”), from Proto-Indo-European *wed- (“water”). by Kyle December 06, 2003.