- fromm, erich,
- frondizi, arturo
Origin of frond
Examples from the Web for fronded
Here and there a gum-tree; half a dozen lofty Norfolk Island pines lifting their fronded arms skyward.Following the Equator, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
In the soft south wind the fronded palms across the river were bowing and nodding gracefully.Darkness and Dawn|George Allan England
Presently there were mutual introductions across the fronded celery and the self-lubricating ripe olive.Local Color|Irvin S. Cobb
What new islets raise their fronded palms in air within thought's musical domain?
Lifting her head and shoulders above the fronded plants, she saw a dark, crouched shape approaching warily.The Heritage of the Hills|Arthur P. Hankins
Word Origin for frond
1785, from Latin frons (genitive frondis) "leafy branch, green bough, foliage." Adopted by Linnæus in a sense distinct from folium.