Hott vs. Hot - What's the difference?


  • Hott (adjective)

    alternative spelling of hot(sexually attractive)

  • Hot (adjective)

    Having a high temperature.

    "He forgot the frying pan was hot, and dropped it suddenly."

  • Hot (adjective)

    (of the weather) Causing the air to be hot.

    "It is too hot to be outside."

    "It is hotter in summer than in winter."

  • Hot (adjective)

    (of a person or animal) Feeling the sensation of heat, especially to the point of discomfort.

    "I was so hot from being in the sun too long."

    "Aren't you hot with that thick coat on?"

  • Hot (adjective)

    (of a temper) Easily provoked to anger.

    "Be careful, he has a hot temper and may take it out on you."

  • Hot (adjective)


  • Hot (adjective)

    (of Spicy.

    "Before moving to India, I never ate hot food. The Indians love spicy food."

  • Hot (adjective)

    Very good, remarkable, exciting. from the 19thc.

    "He's a hot young player, we should give him a trial."

  • Hot (adjective)

    Stolen. from the 20thc.

    "hot merchandise"

  • Hot (adjective)

    Electrically charged.

    "a hot wire"

  • Hot (adjective)

    Radioactive. from the 20thc.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Very physically and/or sexually attractive.

    "That girl is hot!"

  • Hot (adjective)

    Sexual or sexy; involving sexual intercourse or sexual excitement.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Sexually aroused; horny.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Popular; in demand.

    "His new pickup is hot!"

  • Hot (adjective)

    Very close to finding or guessing something to be found or guessed.

    "Am I warm yet? — You're hot!"

  • Hot (adjective)

    Performing strongly; having repeated successes.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Fresh; just released.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Uncomfortable, difficult to deal with; awkward, dangerous, unpleasant.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Used to emphasize the short duration or small quantity of something

    "He was finished in a hot minute."

    "I dated him for a hot second."

  • Hot (verb)

    To heat; to make or become hot.

  • Hot (verb)

    To become lively or exciting.

Webster Dictionary

  • Hot

    imp. & p. p. of Hote.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Having much sensible heat; exciting the feeling of warmth in a great degree; very warm; - opposed to cold, and exceeding warm in degree; as, a hot stove; hot water or air.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Characterized by heat, ardor, or animation; easily excited; firely; vehement; passionate; violent; eager.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Lustful; lewd; lecherous.

  • Hot (adjective)

    Acrid; biting; pungent; as, hot as mustard.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Hot (adjective)

    used of physical heat; having a high or higher than desirable temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning;

    "hot stove"

    "hot water"

    "a hot August day"

    "a hot stuffy room"

    "she's hot and tired"

    "a hot forehead"

  • Hot (adjective)

    characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense;

    "the fighting became hot and heavy"

    "a hot engagement"

    "a raging battle"

    "the river became a raging torrent"

  • Hot (adjective)

    extended meanings; especially of psychological heat; marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm;

    "a hot temper"

    "a hot topic"

    "a hot new book"

    "a hot love affair"

    "a hot argument"

  • Hot (adjective)

    (color) bold and intense;

    "hot pink"

  • Hot (adjective)

    sexually excited or exciting;

    "was hot for her"

    "hot pants"

  • Hot (adjective)

    recently stolen or smuggled;

    "hot merchandise"

    "a hot car"

  • Hot (adjective)

    very fast;

    "a blistering pace"

    "got off to a hot start"

    "in hot pursuit"

    "a red-hot line drive"

  • Hot (adjective)

    wanted by the police;

    "a hot suspect"

  • Hot (adjective)

    performed or performing with unusually great skill and daring and energy;

    "a hot drummer"

    "he's hot tonight"

  • Hot (adjective)

    having a piquant burning taste of spices or peppers;

    "gingery Chinese food"

    "hot peppers"

    "hot curry"

    "corn chips with peppery salsa"

    "spicy tomato sauce"

  • Hot (adjective)

    very popular or successful;

    "one of the hot young talents"

    "cabbage patch dolls were hot last season"

  • Hot (adjective)

    very unpleasant or even dangerous;

    "make it hot for him"

    "in the hot seat"

    "in hot water"

  • Hot (adjective)

    newest or most recent;

    "news hot off the press"

    "red-hot information"

  • Hot (adjective)

    having or bringing unusually good luck;

    "hot at craps"

    "the dice are hot tonight"

  • Hot (adjective)

    very good; often used in the negative;

    "he's hot at math but not so hot at history"

  • Hot (adjective)

    newly made;

    "a hot scent"

  • Hot (adjective)

    capable of quick response and great speed;

    "a hot sports car"

  • Hot (adjective)

    having or showing great eagerness or enthusiasm;

    "hot for travel"

  • Hot (adjective)

    of a seeker; near to the object sought;

    "you're getting warm"

    "hot on the trail"

  • Hot (adjective)

    having or dealing with dangerously high levels of radioactivity;

    "hot fuel rods"

    "a hot laboratory"

  • Hot (adjective)

    charged or energized with electricity;

    "a hot wire"

    "a live wire"

  • Hot (adjective)

    marked by excited activity;

    "a hot week on the stock market"

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