Wt/sco/fremd

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Etymology[edit]

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Adjective[edit]

fremd (comparative Wt/sco/fremder or mair Wt/sco/fremd, superlative Wt/sco/fremdest or maist Wt/sco/fremd)

  1. (Template:Context 1) strange; foreign, alien; far off or away, distant
    • 1873, Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine:
      [...] and if I'm to be no more hereafter to them that belong to me, than to legions of strange angels, or a whole nation of fremd folk !
  2. (Template:Context 1) not akin, unrelated
    • 1875, John Howard Nodal, George Milner, A glossary of the Lancashire dialect:
      Thus, a person living with a family to whom he is not related is termed "a fremd body." If it were asked, "Is he akin to you?" the answer would be, "Nawe, he's fremd," i.e. "he's one of us, but not a relation."
    • 1851, Mrs. Oliphant (Margaret), Passages in the life of Mrs. Margaret Maitland of Sunnyside:
      [...] seeing that they were fremd in heart, if they were kin in blood.
  3. (Template:Context 1) out of the ordinary, unusual, unwonted
    a fremd day
  4. (Template:Context 1) strange, weird, singular, odd, queer
    A fremd man this. — Hodgson MS.
  5. (Template:Context 1) wild, untamed

Noun[edit]

fremd (plural Wt/sco/fremds)

  1. (Template:Context 1) stranger; guest
  2. (Template:Context 1) an enmity

References[edit]

  • 1906, The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia, "fremd".
  • 1883, The Imperial Dictionary of the English Language, "fremde, fremed".

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Etymology[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

Wt/sco/fremd (??? please provide the comparative/superlative!)

  1. strange
  2. foreign
    • 2010, Der Spiegel, issue 28/2010, page 93:
      Fast alle Amerikaner können ihre Wurzeln in fremde Länder zurückverfolgen, und deshalb ist Einwanderung ein Thema, das die Identität der USA auf besondere Weise berührt.
      Nearly all Americans can trace back their roots into foreign countries, and therefore immigration is an issue that touches the identity of the US in a special way.
  3. external

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Scots[edit]

Adjective[edit]

fremd

  1. Alternative furm o fremmit.[[en:wikt:Template:Wt/sco/]]