noun, plural frosh. Informal.
Origin of frosh
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The latter, in a spirit of fun, several times sent a poor “frosh” up to the top floor when she should have remained on the first.The Orchard Secret|Cleo Garis
British Dictionary definitions for frosh
Word Origin for frosh
Word Origin and History for frosh
student colloquial shortening and alteration of freshman, attested by 1915, "perh. under influence of German frosch frog, (dial.) grammar-school pupil" [OED].