Fremd meaning

(rare or chiefly dialectal) Strange; foreign; alien; outlandish; far off or away; distant.
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(rare or chiefly dialectal) Not akin; unrelated.
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(rare or chiefly dialectal) Out of the ordinary; unusual; unwonted.
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(rare or chiefly dialectal) Stranger; guest.
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Origin of fremd

  • From Middle English fremede (“strange, foreign”), from Old English fremde, fremede, fremeþe (“foreign, strange”), from Proto-Germanic *framaþiz (“foreign, not one's own”), from Proto-Indo-European *perəm-, *prom- (“forth, forward”), from *por- (“forward, through”). Cognate with Scots fremd (“fremd”), West Frisian frjemd (“strange, fremd”), Dutch vreemd (“strange, exotic”), German fremd (“strange, foreign”), Swedish främmande (“foreign, outlandish, strange”). More at from.
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