Origin of frontlet
Examples from the Web for frontlet
Frontlet will never be chosen more; and Gatty is a toast for life.
He put a bow and arrows in its hands, and the frontlet on its head.
Gatty for ever smiles upon you; and Frontlet disdains to see you smile.
I have in my possession a tuft of hair, from the frontlet of a rather small bull bison, which measures 22½ inches in length.The Extermination of the American Bison|William T. Hornaday
Gatty always improves the soil in which she travels; Frontlet lays waste the country.
British Dictionary definitions for frontlet
Word Origin for frontlet
Word Origin and History for frontlet
from Old French frontelet, diminutive of frontel (Modern French fronteau) "forehead, front of a helmet, hairband," from Late Latin frontale "an ornament for the forehead," from frons (see front (n.)).