[frith-stoo l] /ˈfrɪθˌstʊl/
(in Anglo-Saxon England) a seat in a church, placed near the altar, for persons who claimed the right of sanctuary.
[frit-l-air-ee-uh] /ˌfrɪt lˈɛər i ə/ noun 1. any liliaceous plant of the genus Fritillaria, comprising bulbous herbs having drooping, bell-shaped flowers.
[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) […]
[frit-l-er-ee] /ˈfrɪt lˌɛr i/ noun, plural fritillaries. 1. any of several orange-brown nymphalid butterflies, usually marked with black lines and dots and with silvery spots on the undersides of the wings. /frɪˈtɪlərɪ/ noun (pl) -laries 1. any N temperate liliaceous plant of the genus Fritillaria, having purple or white drooping bell-shaped flowers, typically marked in […]
[fri-tah-tuh; Italian freet-tah-tah] /frɪˈtɑ tə; Italian fritˈtɑ tɑ/ noun, plural frittatas Italian, frittate [freet-tah-te] /fritˈtɑ tɛ/ (Show IPA). Italian Cookery. 1. an omelet resembling a large pancake and containing vegetables, seasonings, and often ricotta, Parmesan, or other cheese. /frɪˈtɑːtə/ noun 1. an Italian dish made with eggs and chopped vegetables or meat, resembling a flat […]