any decorative band at the top or beneath the cornice of an interior wall, a piece of furniture, etc.
Furniture. (def 6b).
a heavy, napped woolen cloth for coats.
any ornamental band or strip on a wall
a heavy woollen fabric with a long nap, used for coats, etc
“sculptured horizontal band in architecture,” 1560s, from Middle French frise, originally “a ruff,” from Medieval Latin frisium “embroidered border,” variant of frigium, probably from Latin Phrygium “Phrygian, Phrygian work,” from Phrygia, the ancient country in Asia Minor known for its embroidery (cf. Phrygiae vestes “ornate garments”). Meaning “decorative band along the top of a wall” was in Old French.
An ornamental band that runs around a building. Friezes are usually on the exterior of a building and are often sculpted in bas-relief.
[free-zing] /ˈfri zɪŋ/ noun 1. carved or painted work formerly decorating the upper parts of the hulls of vessels, especially in the 16th and 17th centuries.
[frig] /frɪg/ Slang: Vulgar. verb (used with object), frigged, frigging. 1. to copulate with. 2. to take advantage of; victimize. 3. to masturbate. verb (used without object), frigged, frigging. 4. to copulate. 5. to masturbate. Verb phrases 6. frig around/about, to fool around; waste time. [frij] /frɪdʒ/ noun, Informal. 1. . /frɪɡ/ verb (taboo, slang) […]
[frig-it] /ˈfrɪg ɪt/ noun 1. a fast naval vessel of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, generally having a lofty ship rig and heavily armed on one or two decks. 2. any of various types of modern naval vessels ranging in size from a destroyer escort to a cruiser, frequently armed with guided missiles […]
noun 1. any of several predacious seabirds of the genus Fregata, having fully webbed feet. noun 1. any bird of the genus Fregata and family Fregatidae, of tropical and subtropical seas, having a long bill with a downturned tip, a wide wingspan, and a forked tail: order Pelecaniformes (pelicans, cormorants, etc) Also called man-of-war bird