friser

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Of Germanic origin. Related to English frizz.

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friser

  1. to curl
  2. to graze, to pass by barely touching
  3. to skip, to print double
  4. (figuratively) to just miss
  5. to buzz

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French friser, frizer (to frizzle, crisp, curl, ruffle, braid, touch lightly, graze, scratch), possibly from Frankish *fris (curl), from Proto-Germanic *frisaz (frizzy, curly).

Verb[edit]

friser

  1. (Jersey) to curl