Does this mean fun weird or rather creepy weird?
mostly neutral-tending-to-negative weird.
A good weird ('wonderful') could be عجيب
Funny, in Hindi/Urdu, غريب means "poor" and عجيب means plain old "weird," not necessarily in a good way.
"3ajiib" can mean for a negative expression.
Could mean quirky or strange depending on context
it doesnt mean wired. غریب means streanger
Ali: 'I have all types and manner of jams...'
Can also mean "foreign/not from here"
Yes it can.
Depends on the context.
Is the pronounciation of غَريب ok.? I hear gharaib?
I think you meant 'ghareeb'! In my opinion, 'ghareeb(غَريب)' sounds much better than 'gharaib(غَرَيْب)'.I totally agree with 'ghareeb(غَريب)'.
I think so, only difference is in vowels; Arabic:ghariib, English we'd phonetically write it as ghareeb. Both pronunced the same