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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ There's a weirdo who stands in front of the store and talks to himself.
▪ There's always a bunch of weirdos around the train station.
▪ When I travel by underground I always seem to end up sitting next to some weirdo.
▪ At primary school I was the weirdo in the corner with the funny little thingy.
▪ I was always considered the black sheep of the family, the weirdo in the group, right?
▪ If the weirdo had kicked her out, well and good.
▪ The weirdo in the hat, whoever he might be, is the weirdo in the hat.
▪ You want some weirdo skulking around the aisles, spraying toxic chemicals all over the place?
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

"strange person," 1955, from weird. Compare earlier Scottish weirdie "young man with long hair and a beard" (1894).


n. 1 (context slang English) A strange, odd, eccentric person. 2 (context slang English) An insane, possibly dangerous person.

  1. n. someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric [syn: creep, weirdie, weirdy, spook]

  2. someone deranged and possibly dangerous [syn: crazy, loony, looney]

Weirdo (comics)

Weirdo is a magazine-sized comics anthology created by Robert Crumb and published by Last Gasp from 1981 to 1993.

Weirdo served as a "low art" counterpoint to its contemporary highbrow Raw. Early issues of Weirdo reflect Crumb's interests at the time – outsider art, fumetti, Church of the SubGenius-type anti-propaganda and assorted "weirdness." It also introduced artists such as Peter Bagge, Dori Seda and Dennis (Stickboy) Worden.

With issue #10, Crumb later handed over the editing reins to Bagge; with issue #18, the reins went to Crumb's wife, cartoonist Aline Kominsky-Crumb (except for issue #25, which was again edited by Bagge). The three editorial tenures were known respectively as "Personal Confessions," the "Coming of the Bad Boys," and the " Twisted Sisters."

Weirdo's final issue, #28, an internationally themed 68-page giant titled Verre D'eau (in French, "glass of water"), was published in 1993.


Weirdo may refer to:

  • Weirdo (magazine), an alternative comics anthology published by Last Gasp
  • The Weirdos, a punk rock band
  • "Weirdo" (song), a single by the Charlatans UK off their album Between 10th and 11th
Weirdo (song)

"Weirdo" was a single released by The Charlatans in 1992. It was the first single released from the band's second album Between 10th and 11th. The single reached no. 19 on the UK Singles Chart. The single was the band's most successful in the United States, peaking at no. 1 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart for a week in May 1992 and no. 10 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Singles chart.

(Still a) Weirdo

"(Still a) Weirdo" is a song by Scottish recording artist KT Tunstall. It was released as the UK lead single from her fourth studio album Tiger Suit (2010), on 19 September 2010. Written by Tunstall herself and Greg Kurstin, and produced by Kurstin, the song is an acoustic rock ballad and talks about still the same (weird) person after many years. It received critical acclaim, with the majority of the critics complimented Tunstall for the ability to make an intelligent, simple song. It charted inside the top-forty on the UK Singles Chart and charted also on the Belgian charts. In the music video, Tunstall travels back in time to the 1960s.

Weirdo (artist)

Weirdo, born Jeff Jacobson, in 1981, is a Seattle-based fine artist. Well known for his street art and murals, he is also commonly associated with PT (Pure Talent), and Franklin and Thomas. Weirdo has been a professional artist since 2006 and portfolio can be found at His oil, mixed media paintings and sculptures have been shown at fine art establishments such as Flat Color Gallery, Upper Playground/Fifty 24SEA Gallery, Corridor Gallery, Form Space Atelier (Seattle), and Alpha Cult Gallery ( LA).

Recently featured in the Chase Jarvis project titled Chase Jarvis: Seattle 100.

A 2011 interview featured on the Seattle PI online blog: Seattle P.I. Blog.

Usage examples of "weirdo".

When journos phoned and the weirdos enquired, they were told the face was gone.

One gay photographer and one blonde weirdo doing a good impersonation of Pudsy the Bear.

One pair, the Adam and Eve of snats, and some weirdo with a grudge, bidding them go forth and multiply, relishing the idea of those things twirling up the drainpipes.

Like those two weirdo prickhikers, and Sandy Pawku, and the Oakland hippie chick who must have been one of that Oakland bunch of pillheads who lured Houlihan back down to Mexico last month.

The nighborhood had fallen slowly but surely to winos, weirdos, shot-spans and gangs of vicious children.

There were the usual types of real-life weirdos -- clippies and stickies and nudies and people walking about shrouded in opaque anonymity chadors -- but all of this was secondary.

A lot of colossally stoned weirdos in varibus attitudes of abandon, a lot of unconscious weirdos, and one or two weirdos lazily making love by the fire, while what must have looked like a shaved monkey played the piano and a talking dog sang along in a fake German accent.

No wife no whores no mustache (Carol Christmas was thinking) a real weirdo he is but Arab that's nice a Sultan we're in the harem it's my first time again, no a movie, yes a movie the camera moving in technicians all over the place watching me watching eyes watching me fuck the first really high art porn movie deeper ah good deeper first porn flick to win the Academy Award no more Off-Off-Broadway for me watching me watching me fuck millions of men watching me in theaters like that Pussycat we passed jerking their cocks fantasizing me fantasizing and coming don't think of Ronnie don't think don't think Mongoloid the doctor said and I said I never balled a Chinaman didn't understand at first why me why of all the millions of births on the planet that day why me don't think about it don't get sad again just go with it the camera the eye of the .

Almost overnight unorthodox behaviour had become the new orthodoxy, long-haired weirdos became the norm and patriotic boys with crew cuts started to look like freaks.

Despite Shockley’s attitude, the rest of the expatriates began to accept the twins, lumping us together as weirdos of the most perverted sort, yet explicable in our weirdness.

And so he'd come to encourage these occasional weekend house parties at which departmental staff, both past and present, were usually represented along with a sprinkling of the artists, tycoons, eccentrics and weirdos whom Silas had encountered during his very long and career.

That you could dig up that many weirdos to contribute to one story is a tribute to investigative journalism.

He said, and I quote, Tell him it's about some weirdo woman I saw at Lehigh County Hospital.

How do they know there isn't a weirdo illegal Roach on board just sitting here getting lockjaw and about to take a spasm?

Or when lonely weirdos started using dittos for sex, muddying all the boundaries between fantasy, infidelity, and self-abuse.