- Rhymes: -ɪm
From Middle English frym, from Old English freme (“vigorous, flourishing”), a secondary form of Old English fram (“strenuous, active, bold, strong”), from Proto-Germanic *framaz, *framiz (“forward, protruding”), from Proto-Indo-European *promo- (“front, forth”). Cognate with German fromm (“strong, brave”), Old English framian (“to avail, profit”). More at frame.
- (dialectal, archaic or obsolete) Flourishing, thriving
- (dialectal, archaic or obsolete) Vigorous
- (dialectal, archaic or obsolete) Fresh; luxuriant
Dialectal variant of fremd.
- (Judaism) Alternative form of