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.
Origin of frig1
1425–75; earlier, to move about restlessly, rub; late Middle English friggen to quiver
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He would strike out of the cold iron, be often in the dumps, and frig and wriggle it.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.
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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