frogly

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From frog +‎ -ly.

Adjective[edit]

frogly (comparative froglier or more frogly, superlative frogliest or most frogly)

  1. Of, relating to, or pertaining to frogs; froglike.
    • 1901, Grant Allen, In nature's workshop:
      [...] and when at last they arrive at frogly maturity, they escape into the world through the mouth of their father.
    • 1945, American Nature Association, Nature magazine:
      Yet as some of the verses show, Aristophanes knew a good deal of actual frogly habits.
    • 2008, Bruce Coville, Oddest of All:
      On those sacred nights you can rise in frogly glory to confront the villains who are poisoning my subjects.

Adverb[edit]

frogly (comparative froglier or more frogly, superlative frogliest or most frogly)

  1. In a frogly manner.
    • 2009, Gail Donovan, In Memory of Gorfman T. Frog:
      Toadly awesome!" "Not toadly," said Michael, laughing. "Gorfman's a frog." "It's frogly awesome," said Charu.