Anal intercourse between two sailors. The word was commonly used on English trade ships in colonial times. (Song: Friggin' in the Riggin')
I'd love to frig that bloke...been out at sea too long and there's no sheep on board.
by dicklicker May 23, 2003
Female masturbation. Clitoral stimulation.
"I was frigging all day and all night"
by Osiris January 31, 2003
a version of fuck- without having to swear
That's just frigged up
by Sabertooth nigga November 30, 2004
not to fuck, but to insert fingers in vagina and provide pleasure by rubbing and usually finding the clit to masterbate for her.
see finger
i was at this gurls house last night and after we were kissing i gently got my fingers into her pants and frigged her.
by n. turk March 04, 2005
Rubbing of any kind for sexual pleasure; masturbation, of oneself or another. Probably from Latin frico (rub) or frictio (rubbing). Also used as a semi-euphemism for _fuck_ by itself or in phrases. Usually derogatory or contemptuous.
"We found out where Jack was -- frigging in the supplies room again." "Frigging in the rigging." "Frig off." "He is so frigging crazy."
by anarcissie May 12, 2008
to masturbate
1) my head was so full of visions of her nakedness that I had to go frig in the bathroom. My mom thought I was sick I was in there so often, so quiet, and so long.

2) my clit was just aching; finally he frigged it, none too soon !

3) I hadn't been with a man in weeks, fortunately he frigged me in the steam room
by Jake February 22, 2004
(Term used by engineers) To make a rough-and-ready, quick-and-dirty adjustment to something to make it work or to make it operate in a particular way. To adjust manually for a particular purpose. Can be used of a physical device but also of a computer program, etc.
"Since I'd figured out how it worked, I decided to frig it so it output
the data exactly how *I* wanted it."
by planethopper July 03, 2005
b. To masturbate.
1598 J. Florio Worlde of Wordes, Fricciare, to frig, to wriggle, to tickle.
1680 Earl of Rochester et al. Poems 14 Poor pensive Lover, in this place, Would Frigg upon his Mothers Face.
1680 Oldham in Rochester's Poems (1950) 131 There Punk, perhaps, may thy brave works rehearse, Frigging the senseless thing, with Hand, and Verse.
c1680 Sodom IV. 120, I caught one frigging with a curs bob tayle.
a1749 A. Robertson Poems (?1751) 83 So to a House of Office‥A School-Boy does repair, To‥fr— his P—— there.
1858 H. Silver Diary 21 Oct. in G. Ray Thackeray (1955) I. 452 Thackeray says one of the first orders he recḍat Charterhouse was ‘Come & frig me’.
1865 E. Sellon New Epicurean (1875) 11, I frigged and kissed their fragrant cunnies.
1865 E. Sellon New Epicurean (1875) 22 The next minute I had flung her back on the hay, and was frigging away at her maidenhead.
c1890 My Secret Life II. 268, I have frigged myself in the streets before entering my house, sooner than fuck her.
c1890 My Secret Life II. 268, I got up,‥frigged my prick, probed her.
a1935 T. E. Lawrence Mint (1955) ii. x. 128 ‘If you ask me, Sir,’ replied Taffy unabashed ‘like a pack of skeletons frigging on a tin roof.’
1946 M. Mezzrow & B. Wolfe Really the Blues 380 High-pressure romancing (find 'em, fool 'em, frig 'em and forget 'em).
Frig this.
by aloueta August 03, 2011

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