frech

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German vrech, from Old High German freh, from Proto-Germanic *frekaz. Cognate with Dutch vrek, Icelandic frekur. Compare also English freak.

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frech (comparative frecher, superlative am frechsten)

  1. cheeky, barefaced, rude
  2. (of a child also) naughty

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  • English: fresh (rude, inappropriate)

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