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Weird may refer to:
- Weird Lake, a lake in Minnesota, U.S.
- 'Weird Al' Yankovic (born 1959), American musician and parodist
Art, entertainment, and media
- Weird US, a series of travel guides
- The Weird, a 2012 anthology of weird fiction
- Weird fiction, speculative literature written in the late 19th and early 20th century
- 'Weird' (Hanson song), 1998
- 'Weird', a song from Hilary Duff's album Hilary Duff
- Weird!, a 2020 album by Yungblud
- New Weird America, a subgenre of psychedelic folk music of the mid-late 2000s
Other art, entertainment, and media
- Weird (comics), a fictional DC Comics character
Weird Text Generator
- WEIRD, an acronym for 'Western, educated, industrialized, rich and democratic', cultural identifier of psychology test subjects
- Weird number, a natural number that is abundant but not semiperfect
- Wyrd, an Anglo-Saxon concept of fate