a dance deriving from the twist.
verb (used without object), frugged, frugging.
to dance the frug.
1964, popular U.S. dance derived from the Twist, of unknown origin.
[froo-juh-vawr, -vohr] /ˈfru dʒəˌvɔr, -ˌvoʊr/ noun 1. any chiefly fruit-eating organism, as certain bats.
[froo-jiv-er-uh s] /fruˈdʒɪv ər əs/ adjective 1. fruit-eating, as certain bats. /fruːˈdʒɪvərəs/ adjective 1. feeding on fruit; fruit-eating adj. from Latin frugi-, stem of frux “fruit, produce,” related to fructus (see fruit) + -vorous.
[froot] /frut/ noun, plural fruits (especially collectively) fruit. 1. any product of plant growth useful to humans or animals. 2. the developed ovary of a seed plant with its contents and accessory parts, as the pea pod, nut, tomato, or pineapple. 3. the edible part of a plant developed from a flower, with any accessory […]
- Fruit acid
noun organic acids from fruit, such as alpha-hydroxy, citric, malic, tartaric, and glycolic