odd
odd /ˈɑːd/
adjective

()
Not divisible by two
(
uneven
, odd
)
not divisible by two
She noticed an odd noise coming from the basement.
She noticed an odd noise coming from the basement.

()
Not easily explained
(
odd
)
not easily explained
It is odd that his name is never mentioned
it is odd that his name is never mentioned

()
An indefinite quantity more than that specified
(
odd
)
an indefinite quantity more than that specified
Invited 30odd guests
invited 30odd guests

()
Beyond or deviating from the usual or expected
(
rum
[Informal, British] , rummy
[Archaic, Informal, British] , odd
, curious
, funny
, peculiar
, queer
, singular
)
beyond or deviating from the usual or expected
A curious hybrid accent
a curious hybrid accent
Her speech has a funny twang
her speech has a funny twang
They have some funny ideas about war
they have some funny ideas about war
Had an odd name
had an odd name
The peculiar aromatic odor of cloves
the peculiar aromatic odor of cloves
Something definitely queer about this town
something definitely queer about this town
What a rum fellow
what a rum fellow
Singular behavior
singular behavior

Not used up
(
leftover
, odd
, unexpended
, left
, left over
, remaining
)
not used up
Leftover meatloaf
leftover meatloaf
She had a little money left over so she went to a movie
she had a little money left over so she went to a movie
Some odd dollars left
some odd dollars left
Saved the remaining sandwiches for supper
saved the remaining sandwiches for supper
Unexpended provisions
unexpended provisions

Of the remaining member of a pair
(
odd
, unmatched
, unmated
, unpaired
)
of the remaining member of a pair
Unpaired socks
unpaired socks
An odd glove
an odd glove