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*''[[The Weird]]'', a 2012 anthology of weird fiction *''[[The Weird]]'', a 2012 anthology of weird fiction
==Etymology== ==Etymology==
-From Middle English werde, wierde, wirde, wyrede, wurde, from Old English wyrd, wurd ("that which happens, fate, chance, fortune, destiny, Fate, the Fates, Providence, event, phenomenon, transaction, fact, deed"), from Proto-Germanic *wurdiz (“fate, destiny”), from Proto-Indo-European *wert- (“to turn, wind”). Cognate with Middle Low German wrd, wrth ("fate, death"), Middle High German wurt ("fate, death"), Icelandic urður ("fate"). Related to Old English weorþan ("to become"). More at worth.+From Old English ''[[wyrd]]'' ("that which happens, fate, chance, fortune, destiny, Fate, the Fates, Providence, event, phenomenon, transaction, fact, deed").
==See also== ==See also==
*[[New Weird America]], a subgenre of psychedelic folk music of the mid-late 2000s *[[New Weird America]], a subgenre of psychedelic folk music of the mid-late 2000s

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  1. Having supernatural or preternatural power.
  2. Having an unusually strange character or behaviour.
  3. Deviating from the normal; bizarre.

Weird may refer to:

Etymology

From Old English wyrd ("that which happens, fate, chance, fortune, destiny, Fate, the Fates, Providence, event, phenomenon, transaction, fact, deed").

See also

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