frig

vb
1.
to masturbate (oneself or another person). The ultimate origin of the word is the Latin fricare, meaning to rub (from which friction is derived), via the Middle English friggen.
► 'Friggin' in the rigging 'cause there's fuck-all else to do.' (Chorus from the rugby song 'The Good Ship Venus')
2.
to have sex (with). Since the 19th century the word has been used as a slightly less offensive alternative to fuck, although this was not its original sense.
The verb is nowadays rarely used in either sense except in the noun or adjectival form frigging.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • frig — frig·ate; frig·gle; frig·id; Frig·i·daire; frig·i·dar·i·um; frig·o·rif·ic; frig·o·rim·e·ter; in·frig·i·date; re·frig·er·a·tion; re·frig·er·a·tive; re·frig·er·a·tor; frig; re·frig·er·ant; re·frig·er·a·to·ry; frig·id·ly; frig·id·ness; …   English syllables

  • Frig — can refer to: *frig, a temporary modification to something to make it operate in a manner not as originally designed. *frig pig, an archaic term which The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue defined as A trifling, fiddle faddle fellow. (frig… …   Wikipedia

  • frig — FRIG, (2) friguri, s.n. 1. Temperatură scăzută a mediului ambiant, care dă senzaţia de rece. ♦ Senzaţie de rece provocată de temperatura joasă a mediului. 2. (La pl.) Temperatură ridicată a unui bolnav; tremur cauzat de senzaţia de rece, care… …   Dicționar Român

  • frig´id|ly — frig|id «FRIHJ ihd», adjective. 1. very cold: »Eskimos are used to living in a frigid climate. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under cold. (Cf. ↑cold) 2. Figurative. cold in feeling or manner; stiff; chilling: »a frigid stare. He received a frigid greet …   Useful english dictionary

  • frig|id — «FRIHJ ihd», adjective. 1. very cold: »Eskimos are used to living in a frigid climate. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under cold. (Cf. ↑cold) 2. Figurative. cold in feeling or manner; stiff; chilling: »a frigid stare. He received a frigid greet …   Useful english dictionary

  • frig-up — /ˈfrɪg ʌp/ (say frig up) noun Colloquial a confusion; muddle; mess …   Australian English dictionary

  • frig — frig1 [frig] vt. frigged, frigging Slang 1. to engage in sexual intercourse with: somewhat vulgar 2. to cheat, trick, etc. vi. to spend time idly, foolishly, etc.: usually with around frig2 [frij] n. [Informal, Chiefly Brit.] FRIDGE …   English World dictionary

  • frig — to move about restlessly, mid 15c., perhaps a variant of FRISK (Cf. frisk) (q.v.). As a euphemism for to fuck it dates from 1680s, earlier as to masturbate (1670s). Related: Frigged; FRIGGING (Cf. frigging) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Frig|ga — «FRIHG uh» noun. = Frigg. (Cf. ↑Frigg) …   Useful english dictionary

  • frig — UK [frɪɡ] / US verb Word forms frig : present tense I/you/we/they frig he/she/it frigs present participle frigging past tense frigged past participle frigged offensive Phrasal verbs: frig around …   English dictionary

  • frig — I. /frɪg / (say frig) Colloquial –verb (frigged, frigging) –verb (i) 1. to masturbate. 2. to have sexual intercourse. –verb (t) 3. (taboo) to practise masturbation upon. 4. (taboo) to have sexual int …   Australian English dictionary

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