frappé

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See also: frappe and frappè

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from French frappé, past participle of frapper (to hit, strike), from Old French fraper, from Old Low Franconian *hrappan 'to jerk, snatch' (compare Dutch reppen 'to hurry'), from Proto-Germanic *hrapjaną 'to hurry' (compare Old English hreppan 'to touch, treat', Old Norse hrapa 'to hurry; fall', German raffen 'to grab'), from *hrapaz (compare Middle Low German rapp 'quick'), from Proto-Indo-European *krob (compare Middle Irish crip, crib 'quick', Tocharian kārpā 'to come down, step down', Lithuanian krapštýti 'to scratch, rub', Old Church Slavonic krĕpŭkŭ 'firm').

Noun[edit]

frappé (plural frappés)

  1. A frozen fruit flavoured dessert or appetizer.
  2. A liqueur or cocktail served on shaved ice.
  3. A movement where the foot is struck against the floor over the ankle in ballet or other forms of dance.

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frappé

  1. beaten, hit

Verb[edit]

frappé m (feminine frappée, masculine plural frappés, feminine plural frappées)

  1. past participle of frapper

Noun[edit]

frappé

  1. (music) downbeat

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Noun[edit]

frappé m (invariable)

  1. milkshake