- The definition of a frig is a British word for a refrigerator.
An example of a frig is where a person keeps produce, dairy and bread.
- Frig means to have sex, or to act foolishly or cheat.
- An example of frig is to sleep with someone.
- An example of frig is to copy someone's answers on a test.
- to engage in sexual intercourse with: somewhat vulgar
- to cheat, trick, etc.
verbfrigged, frig·ging, frigs Vulgar Slang
- To have sexual intercourse with.
- To perform an act of masturbation on.
- To have sexual intercourse.
- To masturbate.
Origin of frigMiddle English, to quiver, possibly from Old French friquer, to rub, from Latin fric&amacron;re.
(third-person singular simple present frigs, present participle frigging, simple past and past participle frigged)
- (intransitive) to masturbate
- She never forgot the day she was caught frigging herself in the library.
- (intransitive) to fuck (misapplied euphemism)
- Come on honey, let’s frig.
- (intransitive) to mess or muck (about, around etc.)
- Be sensible, you’re just frigging about now.
- (intransitive) to make a temporary alteration to something, to fudge, to manipulate
- The system wasn't working but I've frigged the data and it's usable now.
- an act of frigging
- A temporary modification to a piece of equipment to change the way it operates (usually away from as originally designed)
- I had to put a couple of frigs across the switch relays but it works now
- a fuck
- I don’t give a frig!
From Middle English friggen (“to quiver”), perhaps from Old English *frygian (“to rub, caress”), related to Old English frēogan, frīgan (“to love, release, embrace, caress”), frīge (pl., “love”). More at free.
Alternative etymology derives frig (Early Modern English frigge) from Middle English frikien (“to keep (the arms and hands) in constant motion”), from Old English frician (“to dance”).
- a fridge