Friz

The surname Friz derives from Fritz, diminutive of the German name Friederich (Frederick), originating from the Old Germanic Frithurik, composed of the prefix frithu (`peace`, `friendship`: Friede, in German) and the suffix rikia (`lord`, `prince`), meaning `Lord of Peace`, `The One who assures peace`. The surname is diffused in the Ad...
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Friz

• (v. t.) To curl or form into small curls, as hair, with a crisping pin; to crisp. • (v. t.) To soften and make of even thickness by rubbing, as with pumice stone or a blunt instrument. • (n.) That which is frizzed; anything crisped or curled, as a wig; a frizzle. • (v. t.) To form into little burs, prominences, knobs, or tufts...
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friz

1. To curl or form into small curls, as hair, with a crisping pin; to crisp. 'With her hair frizzed short up to her ears.' (Pepys) ... 2. To form into little burs, prominences, knobs, or tufts, as the nap of cloth. ... 3. To soften and make of even thickness by rubbing, as with pumice stone or a blunt instrument. Frizzing machine. ... A bench with ...
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Friz

Friz noun ; plural Frizzes That which is frizzed; anything crisped or curled, as a wig; a frizzle. [ Written also frizz .] « He [ Dr. Johnson], who saw in his glass how his wig became his face and head, might easily infer that a similar fullbottomed, well-curled friz ...
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Friz

Friz transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Frizzed ; present participle & verbal noun Frizzing .] [ Confer French friser to curl, crisp, frizzle , to raise the nap (on certain stuffs); probably akin to OFries. fr...
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