[ frig ]
/ frɪg /
verb (used with object), frigged, frig·ging.
to copulate with.
to take advantage of; victimize.
verb (used without object), frigged, frig·ging.
frig around / about to fool around; waste time.
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Origin of frig1
1425–75; earlier, to move about restlessly, rub; late Middle English friggen to quiver
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Definition for frig (2 of 2)
[ frij ]
/ frɪdʒ /
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Example sentences from the Web for frig
He would strike out of the cold iron, be often in the dumps, and frig and wriggle it.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.|Francois Rabelais
British Dictionary definitions for frig
/ (frɪɡ) /
verb frigs, frigging or frigged taboo, slang
to have sexual intercourse (with)
(intr; foll by around, about, etc) to behave foolishly or aimlessly
Word Origin for frig
C15 (in the sense: to wriggle): of uncertain origin; perhaps related to obsolete frike strong, or to Old English frīgan to love
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