Origin: < ? OFr fraiture < L fractura: see fracture
Origin: < fritterthe
Origin: ME friture < OFr < VL *frictura < pp. of L frigere, fry
See fritter in American Heritage Dictionary 4
transitive verb frit·tered, frit·ter·ing, frit·ters
Origin: Probably from fritter, fragment
Origin: , probably alteration of fitters
Origin: , from fitter, to break into small pieces.
Origin: Middle English friture
Origin: , from Old French
Origin: , from Late Latin frīctūra
Origin: , from Latin frīctus
Origin: , past participle of frīgere, to roast, fry.
Learn more about fritter