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- adj. Strange; foreign; alien; outlandish; far off or away; distant.
- adj. Not akin; unrelated.
- adj. Out of the ordinary; unusual; unwonted.
- adj. Strange; weird; outlandish; singular; odd; queer.
- adj. Wild; untamed.
- n. stranger; guest
- n. an enmity
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Strange; foreign.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Strange; foreign.
- Not akin; unrelated.
- Strange; singular; queer.
- Wild; undomesticated.
- n. A stranger; a foreigner or an alien.
Kirsteen had known vaguely that her sister was supposed to be in Glasgow, which was something like an aggravation of her offence: for to live among what Miss Eelen called the fremd in a large town was the sort of unprincipled preference of evil to good which was to be expected from a girl who had married beneath her; but to find herself confronted with Anne was a contingency which had never occurred to her.
Ye might hae heard him a mile down the wind — He routed like a cow in a fremd loaning.
Ger. fremd, so that opposite terms, which we find regularly contrasted in Mid.
"Twenty-three years," he bellowed at the top of his voice, for he saw that I was fremd, and wished to make himself clear.
But to cut off a daughter – as if she were a fremd person, never to see her or name her name, oh, that's hard, hard!
[38 - †] “Dass der Gott Tepeyollotl im Zapotekenlande und weiter südwärts seine Wurzeln hat, und dem eigentlichen Aztekischen Olymp fremd ist, darüber kann kein Zweifel mehr obwalten.”
Ferre and fremd bestad: one from afar and among strangers.
Leastways he'll be gone to see feyther, and he'll need comfort most on all, in a fremd place -- in Bridewell -- and niver a morsel of victual or a piece o 'money.'
Heil dem Brittischen Volke, wenn ihm das Deutsche nicht fremd ist!
"Der Islam kam fremd und wird wieder fremd, also frohe Botschaft für die Fremde."