fro definition by Webster's New World
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away; backward; back
Origin: Middle English fra, fro ; from Old Norse frā, akin to Old English fram, from
fro definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Away; back: moving to and fro.preposition Scots
Origin: Middle English, probably from Old Norse frā; see per1 in Indo-European roots.
fro - Phrases/Idioms
see to and fro.