1 (defs 1).
French for “cheese,” from French fromage, formage (13c.), from Medieval Latin formaticum (cf. Italian formaggio), a derivation from Latin forma “shape, form, mold” (cf Medieval Latin casei forma; see form (v.)).
- Fromage frais
/ˈfrɒmɑːʒ ˈfreɪ/ noun 1. a low-fat soft cheese with a smooth light texture
- From bad to worse
Unacceptable and getting more so, on a steady downward course. For example, Mary’s grades have gone from bad to worse. [ Mid-1500s ] Also see: if worst comes to worst
[dan] /dæn/ noun 1. a son of Jacob and Bilhah. Gen. 30:6. 2. one of the 12 tribes of Israel, traditionally descended from him. 3. the northernmost city of ancient Palestine. 4. a male given name, form of . Idioms 5. from Dan to Beersheba, from one outermost extreme or limit to the other. Judges […]
/frəʊm/ noun 1. Lake Frome, a shallow salt lake in NE South Australia: intermittently filled with water. Length: 100 km (60 miles). Width: 48 km (30 miles)