An example of a frenetic person is someone running around trying to do 10 things at once.
Origin of freneticMiddle English frenetik ; from Old French frenetique ; from Classical Latin phreneticus ; from Classical Greek phren?tikos, mad, suffering with inflammation of the brain ; from phrenitis, delirium, madness ; from phr?n, mind (see phreno-) + -itis, -itis
or phre·net·ic also fre·net·i·cal or phre·net·i·cal
Origin of freneticMiddle English frenetik, from Old French frenetique, from Latin phren&emacron;ticus, from Greek phren&imacron;tikos, from phren&imacron;tis, brain disease, from phr&emacron;n, mind; see gwhren- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more frenetic, superlative most frenetic)
- One who is frenetic.