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Like other colloquial expressions, "be owt" has more than one meaning depending on the context of its use. The second meaning for "Be owt" is "to do something very well" "Be owt!

"To go all out" when doing something means the same thing as being hard when you do something, that is to put your maximum effort into what your doing so that it is done very well.

As part of that sentiment, another expression from at least the early 1990s was "Go hard or go home".

-snip- Of the examples, that Jessyce gave along with that entry, only the 3rd example is an appropriate usage of the phrase "be owt". I've found one video of "be owt" for a sorority-no link given.

However, I'm not sure if other fraternities and sororities typically use the exclamation or statement "be owt".

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Edited by Azizi Powell This is Part I of a two part series on the African American orginated expression "be owt".I wouldn't be surprised if "owt" was first spelled the standard English way, but was later changed to "owt" to distinquish it from that adverb. Instead, one meaning of "be owt" is to "hang out" [to spend some time at a specific location or event; to be present at a social event.] "To hang out" [attend a step show or other fraternity function] is probably the earliest source for the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity originated phrase.*Some information about little sister groups is provided in the Addendum to this post which is found below. However, there's also another, apparently common meaning for "Be owt".Part II showcases You Tube videos of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The content of this post is provided as a way of doumenting & sharing information about and examples of African American culture, with particular attention to examples of African American English as used by persons associated with Black Greek lettered organizations (fraternities & sororities). The first definition given in the lone entry for "be owt" on The Addendum to this post provides some information about little sister (auxilary) groups that are unofficially associated with those fraternities. term=Be-Owt is closer to one meaning of that expression.The fact that the meaning of "be owt" wasn't known to that person suggests that this may have been a relatively new expression.