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EtymologyEdit

From other +‎ -er.

NounEdit

otherer (plural otherers)

  1. One who others.
    • 2014, Timothy J. Cox, Postmodern Tales of Slavery in the Americas (page 14)
      In that experience of terror, African people were disconnected from one another, disconnected from the New World, disconnected from the European otherers, and disconnected from memory of Africa and of the middle passage itself []