Definition of owt in English:

owt

pronoun

Northern English
  • Anything.

    ‘I didn't say owt’
    • ‘I'm flogging off the precious things and owt that's not nailed down.’
    • ‘Tha's never seen owt like that oop here, or words to that effect.’
    • ‘Truth be told, I've not even been doing owt exciting.’
    • ‘Also notable, if you will, are ‘When in doubt, do nowt’ (great moral support for procrastinators) and the mercenary ‘Never do owt for nowt’.’
    • ‘As I'd not drank owt at the reception, this wasn't an issue for me.’

Origin

Mid 19th century: variant of aught.

Pronunciation

owt

/aʊt/