How to read îri
Etymology (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English eri (“fearful”) from Old English earg (“cowardly, fearful”). Akin to Scots ergh, argh from the same Old English source.
Synonyms awesome, bizarre, crawly, creepy, fantastic, fearful, frightening, ghostly, mysterious, scary, spectral, spooky, strange, supernatural, superstitious, uncanny, unearthly, weird
Antonyms funny, normal, ordinary, silly