Fritt



[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) in making frit
n.

“material for glass-making,” 1660s, from Italian fritta, fem. past participle of friggere “to fry,” from Latin frigere “to roast, poach, fry” (see fry (v.)).

noun

A male homosexual; flit (1960s+)

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