[fri-jid-i-tee] /frɪˈdʒɪd ɪ ti/
the state or condition of being .
(in women) inhibition, not caused by a physical disorder or medication, of sexual excitement during sexual activity.
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 (frĭ-jĭd’ĭ-tē)
The state of marked or abnormal sexual indifference.
[frij-i-doh-ree-sep-ter] /ˌfrɪdʒ ɪ doʊ riˈsɛp tər/ noun, Physiology, Biology. 1. a stimulated by cold.
noun 1. either of two regions, one between the Arctic Circle and the North Pole, or one between the Antarctic Circle and the South Pole. noun 1. (archaic) the cold region inside the Arctic or Antarctic Circle where the sun’s rays are very oblique Frigid Zone (frĭj’ĭd) Either of two regions of the Earth of […]
noun a fear of cold, cold things Word Origin Latin frigus ‘cold’
[frahy-tahk] /ˈfraɪ tɑk/ noun 1. Gustav [goo s-tahf] /ˈgʊs tɑf/ (Show IPA), 1816–95, German novelist, playwright, and journalist. /German ˈfraitaːk/ noun 1. Gustav (ˈɡʊstaf). 1816–95, German novelist and dramatist; author of the comedy Die Journalisten (1853) and Soll und Haben (1855), a novel about German commercial life