Other; in addition to previously mentioned items. (adjective)
Otherwise, if not. (adverb)
For otherwise; or else. (conjunction)
but if the condition of the previous if clause is false, do the following. (conjunction)
Examples of word else
We had to go pick up papers, fill out papers, sign papers, drop off papers, stand in lines, walk here, walk there, wait somewhere else, pay for something elseÂ…
And Mr. Harvey, who thought something else, thought _something else_.
Your brothers may have their own business to mind, Mr. Kenyon is at New York, we will suppose; here am I-- what else, _what else_ makes me count my cleverness to you, as I know I have done more than once, by word and letter, but the real wish to be set at work?
And, therefore, in the _infancy of learning_, and in rude times, when those conceptions which are now trivial, were then new, _the world was full of parables and similitudes_, for else would men either have passed over _without mark, or else_ REJECTED FOR PARADOXES, that which was offered _before they had understood or judged_.
It is very easy to say _something else -- something else_.