[frog-mahrch, frawg-] /ˈfrɒgˌmɑrtʃ, ˈfrɔg-/
verb (used with object)
to force (a person) to with the arms pinioned firmly behind the back.
a method of carrying a resisting person in which each limb is held by one person and the victim is carried horizontally and face downwards
any method of making a resisting person move forward against his will
(transitive) to carry in a frogmarch or cause to move forward unwillingly
[frog-mouth, frawg-] /ˈfrɒgˌmaʊθ, ˈfrɔg-/ noun, plural frogmouths [frog-mouth z, -mouths, frawg-] /ˈfrɒgˌmaʊðz, -ˌmaʊθs, ˈfrɔg-/ (Show IPA) 1. any Australian and Oriental bird of the family Podargidae, related to the goatsuckers, having a broad, flattened, froglike . /ˈfrɒɡˌmaʊθ/ noun 1. any nocturnal insectivorous bird of the genera Podargus and Batrachostomus, of SE Asia and Australia, similar […]
- Frog orchid
noun 1. any of several orchids having greenish flowers thought to resemble small frogs, esp Coeloglossum viride of calcareous turf
- Frog pad
noun 1. a rubber or leather cushion fixed to a leather sole and fitted under a horseshoe to reduce shock to a horse’s foot
[frig-uh-rif-ik] /ˌfrɪg əˈrɪf ɪk/ adjective 1. causing or producing cold. /ˌfrɪɡəˈrɪfɪk/ adjective 1. (obsolete) causing cold or freezing adj. “causing cold,” 1660s, from French frigorifique, from Late Latin frigorificus “cooling,” from Latin frigus (genitive frigoris) “cold, cool, coolness” (see frigid) + -ficus “making,” root of facere “make, do” (see factitious).