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*[[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
*[[Wyrd]], an Anglo-Saxon concept of fate *[[Wyrd]], an Anglo-Saxon concept of fate
-*[[W.E.I.R.D.]]+*[[W.E.I.R.D.]], acronym, describes populations that are Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic
== See also (2) == == See also (2) ==

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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

  • New Weird America, a subgenre of psychedelic folk music of the mid-late 2000s
  • Wyrd, an Anglo-Saxon concept of fate
  • W.E.I.R.D., acronym, describes populations that are Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic

See also (2)




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