[frig-it] /ˈfrɪg ɪt/
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.
any of various types of modern naval vessels ranging in size from a destroyer escort to a cruiser, frequently armed with guided missiles and used for aircraft carrier escort duty, shore bombardment, and miscellaneous combat functions.
a medium-sized square-rigged warship of the 18th and 19th centuries
1580s, from Middle French frégate (1520s), from Italian fregata (Neapolitan fregate), like many ship names, of unknown origin. Originally a small, swift vessel; the word was applied to progressively larger types over the years, but since 1943 it is used mainly of escort ships.
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
noun 1. a small, blue-green, black-striped fish, Auxis thazard, abundant in tropical seas, having dark, oily flesh that is sometimes used as food.
[frig] /frɪg/ noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. wife of Odin and chief of the goddesses. /frɪɡ/ noun 1. (Norse myth) the wife of Odin; goddess of the heavens and married love Old English, but only in compounds such as frigedæg “Friday,” Frigeæfen (what we would call “Thursday evening”). In Germanic religion, wife of Odin, goddess of […]
[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. /frɪɡ/ verb (taboo, slang) frigs, frigging, frigged 1. to have […]