bizarre to last. Explore m, origin of bizarre 164050; French Italian bizzarro lively, capricious, eccentric, first attested (circa 1300) in sense irascible; of disputed orig. Synonym study, bizarre, fantastic, grotesque, weird share a sense of deviation from what is normal or expected. A staff member later used Microsoft Word's Thesaurus on the name, which came up with Bizarre Creations. In French, bizarre means odd. Bih-zahr adjective markedly unusual in appearance, style, or general character and often involving incongruous or unexpected elements; outrageously or whimsically strange; odd: bizarre clothing; bizarre behavior. Das Studio bietet entsprechende Räumlichkeiten. In 1968, a convention of beggars in Dacca, India, passed a resolution demanding that the minimum amount of alms be fixed at 15 paisa (three cents).