MEANING: verb tr.: To impose one’s ideas, opinions, etc.
verb intr.: To thrust forward or to intrude.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin obtrudere (to thrust at), from ob- (against) + trudere (to push). Ultimately from the Indo-European root treud- (to squeeze), which also gave us extrude, intrude, threat, thrust, and abstruse. Earliest documented use: 1575.

OBTRUE - If you can't believe your obstetrician, whom can you believe?

O BTRADE - an apostrophe after experiencing treachery

OBI RUDE - Jedi or not, Kenobi is not only inexperienced but also disrespectful