verb (used with object), fragged, frag·ging.
Origin of frag
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Historical Examples of frag
The statement about the campaign of Assurdainani is repeated in frag.The History of Antiquity, Vol. III (of VI)
This line is repeated with variations as a sort of refrain, Frag.
Sextus, in order to get some plausible pretext for the desertion, Frag.
The dwellers in the vicinity, desiring to learn what was revealed by the books, Frag.
In the course of time the number of the tribunes was fixed at ten, Frag.
verb frags, fragging or fragged
Word Origin for frag
by 1970, U.S. military slang, from slang noun shortening of fragmentation grenade (1918). Related: Fragged; fragging.
Fragging is a macabre ritual of Vietnam in which American enlisted men attempt to murder their superiors. The word comes from the nickname for hand grenades, a weapon popular with enlisted men because the evidence is destroyed with the consummation of the crime. ["Saturday Review," Jan. 8, 1972]