[fran-tik] /ˈfræn tɪk/
desperate or wild with excitement, passion, fear, pain, etc.; frenzied.
Archaic. insane; mad.
distracted with fear, pain, joy, etc
marked by or showing frenzy: frantic efforts
mid-14c., “insane,” unexplained variant of Middle English frentik (see frenetic). Transferred meaning “affected by wild excitement” is from late 15c. Of the adverbial forms, frantically (1749) is later than franticly (1540s).
- Frantz fanon
[fan-uh n; French fa-nawn] /ˈfæn ən; French faˈnɔ̃/ noun 1. Frantz (Omar) [frants oh-mahr;; French frahnts aw-mar] /frænts ˈoʊ mɑr;; French frɑ̃ts ɔˈmar/ (Show IPA), 1925–61, West Indian psychiatrist and political theorist, born in Martinique; in Algeria after 1953. /ˈfænən/ noun (RC Church) 1. a collar-shaped vestment worn by the pope when celebrating mass 2. […]
[franz, frants; German frahnts] /frænz, frænts; German frɑnts/ noun 1. a male given name, German form of .
noun, Heraldry. 1. an escutcheon blazoned as follows: Azure, semé-de-lys or.
noun, Heraldry. 1. an escutcheon blazoned as follows: Azure, three fleurs-de-lis or.