frum

[froo m]
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adjective

Yiddish. religious; observant.

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  • Yes, but makin' speeches for de Lawd, Mr. Summers, needn' keep you frum speakin' in fabor o' Hillson.

    Up Terrapin River

    Opie P. Read

  • I did all I could t' bring myself up to a p'int that I hoped I could reach you frum—but 't warn't in me.

    Janet of the Dunes

    Harriet T. Comstock

  • Frum Yuma they goes southeast and kep' on fer four days across the desert.

  • Half way up I sees a painter a-grinnin' down at me frum a tree on de bank.

    Burl

    Morrison Heady

  • Frum where I'm settin' it looks to me like the joke is mainly on quite a number of people.

    Old Judge Priest

    Irvin S. Cobb