frequent + -er.
AdjectiveSee also: fréquenter
Variant of frequent
- Obsolete crowded; filled
- occurring often; happening repeatedly at brief intervals
- constant; habitual
Origin of frequentMiddle English ; from Old French ; from Classical Latin frequens (gen. frequentis), uncertain or unknown; perhaps akin to farcire, to stuff: see farce
to go to constantly; be at often: to frequent the theater