Frush meaning

1602, William Shakespeare, The History of Troilus and Cressida,

... I like thy armour well;

I'll frush it and unlock the rivets all.

But I'll be master of it.

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(historical) To straighten up (the feathers on an arrow).
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Easily broken; brittle; crisp.
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(obsolete) Noise; clatter; crash.

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The frog of a horse's foot.
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A discharge of a foetid or ichorous matter from the frog of a horse's foot; thrush.
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Origin of frush

  • From Old French fruissier, froissier (> French froisser), from Vulgar Latin *frustiāre, from Latin frustum (“fragment”).

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  • Compare Old English frosch, frosk, a frog (the animal), German Frosch (“frog (the animal)”).

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