[ frog-ahy, frawg-ahy ]

noun,plural frog·eyes for 1.
  1. a small, whitish leaf spot with a narrow darker border, produced by certain fungi.

  2. a plant disease so characterized.

Origin of frogeye

First recorded in 1910–15; frog1 + eye

Other words from frogeye

  • frogeyed, adjective

Words Nearby frogeye Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use frogeye in a sentence

  • She come up ter me an' say, 'Mister frogeye, kin you ball de Jack?'

    News Writing | M. Lyle Spencer
  • He was answered by frogeye, who celebrated his latest release from gaol by attending the Potlicker Ball.

    News Writing | M. Lyle Spencer