Origin of fritz
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Origin of Fritz
Definition for fritz (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for fritz
Hitchcock also met Fritz Lang, who was later to work in Hollywood.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days|David Freeman|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I ordered the same beer she had, and for the next two hours, we drank this refreshing brew: Fritz Briem Berliner Weisse “1809.”
And then she tasted the Fritz Briem Berliner Weisse 1809, and everything changed.
McMahon, who succeeds Fritz Winans, was the former CEO of St. John.
Listen to any score by Richard Rodgers or Leonard Bernstein or Fritz Loewe if you want to hear genuine melodic invention.
Fritz had recovered nerve enough to explain to the astonished station master that the King had changed his plans.The Prisoner of Zenda|Anthony Hope
He enjoyed giving Fritz "a little bit of all-right," but he never resented it when Fritz had his own fun at our expense.Kitchener's Mob|James Norman Hall
We have just heard that Fritz has finished his first month of probation, and has been invested with the frock of the novice.Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta Family|Elizabeth Rundle Charles
“An invitation which he now accepts with thanks,” replied Fritz.Fritz and Eric|John Conroy Hutcheson
I know I saved my own life several times by watching "Fritz's" times and seasons."Over There" with the Australians|R. Hugh Knyvett
British Dictionary definitions for fritz
Word Origin and History for fritz
German familiar form of masc. proper name Friedrich; as a characteristic name for a German, from 1883, especially in World War I. On the fritz "inoperative" (1903) is American English slang, of unknown origin. Earliest references suggest a theatrical origin.
Idioms and Phrases with fritz
see on the blink (fritz).