[frij-id] /ˈfrɪdʒ ɪd/
very cold in temperature:
a frigid climate.
without warmth of feeling; without ardor or enthusiasm:
a frigid reaction to the suggested law.
stiff or formal:
a welcome that was polite but frigid.
unemotional or unimaginative; lacking passion, sympathy, or sensitivity:
a correct, but frigid presentation.
formal or stiff in behaviour or temperament; lacking in affection or warmth
(esp of a woman)
characterized by physical coldness: a frigid zone
1620s, from Latin frigidus “cold, chill, cool,” figuratively “indifferent,” from stem of frigere “be cold;” related to frigus “cold, coldness, frost,” from PIE root *srig- “cold.”
The meaning “wanting in sexual heat” is attested from 1650s. Frigidaire as the proprietary name of a brand of self-contained automatically operated iceless refrigerator dates from 1919 (Frigidaire Corporation, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.).
frigid frig·id (frĭj’ĭd)
[frij-i-dair] /ˌfrɪdʒ ɪˈdɛər/ Trademark. 1. a brand of electric refrigerator.
[frij-i-dair-ee-uh m] /ˌfrɪdʒ ɪˈdɛər i əm/ noun, plural frigidaria [frij-i-dair-ee-uh] /ˌfrɪdʒ ɪˈdɛər i ə/ (Show IPA) 1. (in an ancient Roman bath) a room having a bath of unheated water.
[fri-jid-i-tee] /frɪˈdʒɪd ɪ ti/ noun 1. the state or condition of being . 2. (in women) inhibition, not caused by a physical disorder or medication, of sexual excitement during sexual activity. n. early 15c., from Middle French frigidité (15c.), from Late Latin frigiditatem (nominative frigiditas) “the cold,” from Latin frigidus “cold” (see frigid). frigidity fri·gid·i·ty […]
[frij-i-doh-ree-sep-ter] /ˌfrɪdʒ ɪ doʊ riˈsɛp tər/ noun, Physiology, Biology. 1. a stimulated by cold.