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Middle English eri (fearful) from Old English earg (cowardly, fearful). Akin to Patrono:Sco ergh, argh from the same Old English source.

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Eerie (comparative eerier, superlative eeriest)
  1. strange, weird, fear-inspiring.
    The eerie sounds seemed to come from the graveyard after midnight.
  2. Patrono:Scottish fearful, timid.

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