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What Does OTW Mean?

OTW means "On the Way" and "Off The Wall." Here's a little more information about each of these definitions of OTW. (Examples of use can be found below.)

On The Way

OTW is principally used to indicate that the sender is "On The Way" to a pre-arranged meeting and expects to arrive soon. In online gaming, OTW is used to indicate that a player's request for assistance has been received and help is en route.

OTW ("On The Way") is the name of a 2018 song by American singer and songwriter, Khalid.

Khalid Featuring Ty Dolla $ign & 6LACK - OTW (Official Video)

Off The Wall

OTW is also used with the meaning "Off The Wall." In this context, OTW usually indicates that someone or something is completely crazy or unbelievable. In the case of a person, OTW can also express admiration for their unique brilliance.

Summary of Key Points

First Definition for OTW

"On the Way" is the most common definition for OTW on online gaming apps, such as Discord, TeamSpeak and Telegram, as well as on Snapchat, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger.
OTW
Definition:On the Way
Type:Abbreviation
Guessability:
4: Difficult to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Second Definition for OTW

"Off The Wall" is another common definition for OTW

OTW
Definition:Off The Wall
Type:Abbreviation
Guessability:
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

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When I write OTW, I mean this:

meaning of OTW
OTW also means "Off The Wall."

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Examples of OTW in Sentences

Here are examples of OTW being used in conversations:
  • Sarah: Where are you? You're late!
  • Khalid: OTW.

  • (Here, OTW is being used with the meaning "On The Way.")
  • John: Vending machines kill 4 times as many people as sharks every year.
  • Jackie: That's OTW!

  • (Here, OTW means "Off The Wall.")
  • Jen: I can't beleive she scored from there!
  • Gary: OTW!

  • (Here, OTW means "Off The Wall.")

An Academic Look at OTW

OTW is an initialism abbreviation, meaning it is pronounced using its individual letters (i.e., Oh Tee Dublyoo).

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, we might have said something like "See you soon" or "You're crazy!" instead of using the abbreviation OTW.

Example of OTW Used in a Text

OTW

See Also

ASAIC (as soon as i can) BBS (be back soon ) BHS (be home soon) BTS (be there soon) 730 (crazy) CRAY (crazy) YC (you're crazy!) ETW (enjoy the weekend) WKND (weekend)