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Bizarro ‒ concepts and meanings

1 Meaning of Bizarro

Bizarro is a quality that denotes a port upright, with character, firm. In denotative sense the word bizarre (of it. bizzarro, "angry") denotes positive qualities, however bizarre, is commonly used to refer to something weird, bizarre, unusual, due to the influence of the French and English word bizarre which means "stranger", "extravagant" "abnormal", "atypical", which has made to grant it this meaning to the word being used in daily life also managing to name something as very strange or unusual. This last is due to the similarity in writing with the term in English and in French, and is one of the so-called false friends. The repeated use of the term to refer to something strange has made this meaning an idiom of great acceptance, although its use is censored so explicitly by the RAE in its pan-Hispanic dictionary of Dudas.1 in place can be grotesque.
As bizarro, also be it adjective following non-normative use those works of art or design that does not can be categorized into any of the schools or traditional styles, and that somehow break with the traditional and avant-garde aesthetic canons.
In literature, bizarro is a genus "of cult", transgressive and underground. Bizarro literature brings together many styles of writing and sub-genres, including the splatterpunk and the new absurdism. Some of the perpetrators are Baltazar Vate with its text "Smoke black smoke white", Jeremy Robert Johnson, Carlton Mellick III, John Edward Lawson, Chris Genoa, Kenji Siratori, etc...


2. Definition of Bizarro

Bizarro adjective, is defined as referring to person, brave DRAE (worked), | 2 Generous, lucid, splendid. Also the use of the Spanish of America and Spain VOX dictionary defines it as being brave and, in general, good looking (Š).
However, such a definition, many people use the bizarre adjective with the meaning of something weird, strange, especially referring to person, in the sense of a grim individual, who hides his feelings, that does not inspire confidence. An activity ¬una can also be feast, by ejemplo¬ in which improper, unexpected and unpleasant facts occur. E is also used to describe something or someone of extravagant, weird or out of the ordinary.
Don Andrés Bello noted this tendency to modify the meaning of the words as one of the greatest dangers to the language. It seems a little exaggerated to me. Since then the abuse of that propensity is reprehensible, but it is perfectly legitimate that, in case of expressive need, and in the absence of a word that expresses what we want to say, with the greatest possible accuracy we seek to an already existing Word and give a whole new meaning, provided this is not alien to the original meaning, and especially when it is made by metaphorical way. One of the most appropriate procedures for enrichment is lexicon of the language. It is not precisely the case of bizarre, since the meanings that we have pointed out are strange, and even opposite to the original meaning of the word, and not those new meanings correspond to a metaphorical job. How nor are the cases of two separate and sadistic, often used improperly.
Bizarro comes from the Italian word bizzarro.


3 Concept of Bizarro

What bizarre?
The bizarre Word is used increasingly. Most of the times it is used to qualify something strange, grotesque or extravagant.
However, its use does not match what define the dictionaries on the word. If up to the Real Academia Española advises against is used in this sense...
The SAR defines bizarro as
1. adj. brave (esforzado ‖).
2 adj. generous, lucido, splendid.
Nothing to do with the commonly accepted meaning.
And the Panhispanic dictionary of doubts, also of the Royal Spanish Academy, explicitly condemns:
His employment with the sense of 'strange or extravagant', calque objectionable from French or English bizarre should be avoided: '-is a bizarre name.» «-Not when he was born in Sydney and is Australian» (Leyva piñata [Mex. 1984]). Neither bravery with the sense of 'rarity or extravagance' should be used.
Why then used as well? It is a false friend of bizarre in English and French, where Yes means "rare, unusual or outlandish".
Wikipedia accepts his pejorative use:
In denotative sense the word bizarre (of it. bizzarro, "angry") denotes positive qualities, however bizarre, is commonly used to refer to something weird, bizarre, unusual, due to confusion with the English and French word bizarre which means "stranger", "extravagant" "abnormal", "atypical". [..] Which is not to say that is badly used, but that it falls into the category of idioms in culture.
And María Moliner tolerates as a third definition:
It is ever used in journalism with the sense of the 'bravo' classic that has in French: extravagant, surprising or funny: "Bizarra idea!".
For Lucila Castro, adopted this definition would become contradictory to the term:
Although the twenty second edition of the dictionary was published in 2001 and the Academy continues to update the inputs with a view to the twenty third, maintains the meanings that we know, what we understood when sang: "... and full of pride and bravery, San Lorenzo went immortal". The meaning to which refers the reader comes from the bizarre English, which means ' grotesco´ or ' raro´. It is heard and read very often, in the mouth of the young and, unfortunately, in the pages of many news media (explain me that there is a 'bizarre culture'), but if it comes to be imposed, will end by removing the sense of the word, because the tongue cannot tolerate such contradiction. And it is possible that the guys already not sing at school March "My flag".


4. Definition of Bizarro

The bizarre term mentioned throughout history as a quality of human beings that defines a character strong, recio, notably by having porte erect. Bizarro denotes you characterize positive, between class and distinction, a bizarre demeanor was a sign of respect and high position. "However, the Bizarro Word has trasdisversado in time, since the word"Bizarre"coming from Europe means"Strange","Flamboyant","Abnormal"atypical" giving a misconception to the said term. Despite being incorrect, it has been accepted and nowadays few actually know what Bizarro.
As bizarre, are also adjective to the use of methods and forms in art, so much so that they are not capable of classified and sorted in some traditional style of art that somehow break schemes used for the evaluation. The original Bizarro term has been object of great admiration in the course of the story, therefore, that based on this kind of "Art" illustrious, were created and heroes for example picture, which combines the 2 concepts, correct and which has been poorly interpreted.
When we review the stories of war, Greek, Roman mythology and observe that the term refers to the courage of the Warriors, that when a battle was Bizarra was by troops gave their lives in a heroic act, that death was an honor. Today, this concept is no longer used, develop Bizarros when we are not part of the ordinary, normal and are object of mockery, criticism or even admiration for "Different" in our way we behave or act.


5. What is Bizarro

The true meaning of the word bizarre / to
Etymology: from Italian bizzarro, "angry", and by extension "Extravagant"
Showing value or bravery.
Synonyms: hardened, bravo, brave, courageous

RAE:
(From it. bizzarro, angry).
1. adj. brave (esforzado ‖).
2 adj. generous, lucido, splendid.

I-in sense denotative the word bizarre (of it. bizzarro, "angry") denotes positive qualities, however bizarre, commonly used wrong to refer to something weird, bizarre, unusual, due to confusion with the English word bizarre which means "strange" or "extravagant". This last is due to their similarity (in writing) with the English word: Bizarre; and it is a very widespread false friend.
II-like bizarro also is ajdetiva bad to those works of art or design that does not can be categorized into any of the schools or traditional styles, and that somehow break with the traditional and avant-garde aesthetic canons.
III-in literature, bizarro is a genus "of cult", transgressive and underground. Bizarro literature brings together many styles of writing and sub-genres, including the splatterpunk and the new absurdism. Some of its authors are: Carlton Mellick III, John Edward Lawson, Chris Genoa, Kenji Siratori and Jeremy Robert Johnson.
IV-inside the bizarre film, or in general of the bizarre aesthetic, are those rare, strange, or simply different, works that can be so "bad" that they become good; an example of this would be the films of Ed Wood, David Lynch's Eraserhead and Alejandro Jodorowsky's El Topo.

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