Definition of odd man in English:

odd man

noun

  • 1The person in an odd-numbered group who is able to give the casting vote; an arbiter, umpire, or decider. Also in extended use. Now chiefly historical.

  • 2A person who does odd jobs.

Origin

Late Middle English. From odd + man, probably after early Scandinavian.

Pronunciation

odd man

/ˈɒd man/