[fris-kee] /ˈfrɪs ki/
adjective, friskier, friskiest.
lively; frolicsome; playful.
adjective friskier, friskiest
lively, high-spirited, or playful
c.1500, from frisk “lively” + -y (2). Related: Friskiness.
[free-sohn; French free-sawn] /friˈsõʊ̃; French friˈsɔ̃/ noun, plural frissons [free-sohnz; French free-sawn] /friˈsõʊ̃z; French friˈsɔ̃/ (Show IPA) 1. a sudden, passing sensation of excitement; a shudder of emotion; thrill: The movie offers the viewer the occasional frisson of seeing a character in mortal danger. /frisɔ̃/ noun 1. a shudder or shiver; thrill n. 1777, from […]
n. “a space of time,” Old English frist, first “space of time” (cf. Old Frisian first, Old High German frist, Old Norse frest). As a verb, meaning “delay,” from early 13c.
[frit] /frɪt/ noun 1. Ceramics. 2. fused or calcined material prepared as part of the batch in glassmaking. verb (used with object), fritted, fritting. 3. to fuse (materials) in making frit. /frɪt/ noun 1. 2. the material used for making the glaze for artificial teeth verb frits, fritts, fritting, fritted 3. (transitive) to fuse (materials) […]
[freet] /frit/ plural noun, French. 1. French fries.