aq. frig.
Abbreviation for L. aqua frigida, cold water.

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  • frig — frig·ate; frig·gle; frig·id; Frig·i·daire; frig·i·dar·i·um; frig·o·rif·ic; frig·o·rim·e·ter; in·frig·i·date; re·frig·er·a·tion; re·frig·er·a·tive; re·frig·er·a·tor; frig; re·frig·er·ant; re·frig·er·a·to·ry; frig·id·ly; frig·id·ness; …   English syllables

  • Frig — can refer to: *frig, a temporary modification to something to make it operate in a manner not as originally designed. *frig pig, an archaic term which The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue defined as A trifling, fiddle faddle fellow. (frig… …   Wikipedia

  • frig — FRIG, (2) friguri, s.n. 1. Temperatură scăzută a mediului ambiant, care dă senzaţia de rece. ♦ Senzaţie de rece provocată de temperatura joasă a mediului. 2. (La pl.) Temperatură ridicată a unui bolnav; tremur cauzat de senzaţia de rece, care… …   Dicționar Român

  • frig about — ˌfrig a ˈround ˌfrig a ˈbout [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they frig around he/she/it frigs around present participle …   Useful english dictionary

  • frig´id|ness — frig|id «FRIHJ ihd», adjective. 1. very cold: »Eskimos are used to living in a frigid climate. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under cold. (Cf. ↑cold) 2. Figurative. cold in feeling or manner; stiff; chilling: »a frigid stare. He received a frigid greet …   Useful english dictionary

  • frig´id|ly — frig|id «FRIHJ ihd», adjective. 1. very cold: »Eskimos are used to living in a frigid climate. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under cold. (Cf. ↑cold) 2. Figurative. cold in feeling or manner; stiff; chilling: »a frigid stare. He received a frigid greet …   Useful english dictionary

  • frig|id — «FRIHJ ihd», adjective. 1. very cold: »Eskimos are used to living in a frigid climate. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under cold. (Cf. ↑cold) 2. Figurative. cold in feeling or manner; stiff; chilling: »a frigid stare. He received a frigid greet …   Useful english dictionary

  • frig — frig1 [frig] vt. frigged, frigging Slang 1. to engage in sexual intercourse with: somewhat vulgar 2. to cheat, trick, etc. vi. to spend time idly, foolishly, etc.: usually with around frig2 [frij] n. [Informal, Chiefly Brit.] FRIDGE …   English World dictionary

  • frig off — (usu in imperative) to go away • • • Main Entry: ↑frig …   Useful english dictionary

  • frig — to move about restlessly, mid 15c., perhaps a variant of FRISK (Cf. frisk) (q.v.). As a euphemism for to fuck it dates from 1680s, earlier as to masturbate (1670s). Related: Frigged; FRIGGING (Cf. frigging) …   Etymology dictionary

  • frig|ate-built — «FRIHG iht BIHLT», adjective. Nautical. having a quarterdeck and forecastle raised above the main deck …   Useful english dictionary

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