1. A vulgar term used to describe the french

2. a term often shouted in schools in southwestern ontario between people of french descent.
1. "Those fucking frogs"

by Daniel J. Renaud April 30, 2004
water and land dwelling (amphibious) creature known for being green, having long hind legs for jumping, and eating bugs by flipping out its sticky tongue at them.

the tongue of a frog is backwards compared to a human's; it is hinged toward the front of the mouth so it can lash out to get bugs. when on land they breathe through their skin.

frogs are a popular choice for dissection because while they aren't as accurate to the human anatomy as monkeys are, they are much cheaper. they are raised expressly for dissection, unlike cow eyes and fetal pigs, both of which are byproducts of the meat industry.
1. i dissected a frog in anatomy.
2. i caught a frog down at the pond!
by unusu-al December 30, 2004
(Frawgah)n.,v. to punch someone in the upper arm or chest with the middle knuckle partically extended to inflict a sharp concerntrated blow. origin of the name is based on the quick flick of a frog's tounge.
Dude, look at the bruise where your brother frogged me!
by SAMMER OF THE GODS May 31, 2006
Slang for penis

A frog is named because, like a frog's tongue, a penis stays soft and curled up most of the time. Things change, however, when the frog/penis spots its prey. Then the tongue/penis shoots out from its normally dormant position, and becomes straight.
Frogs become active at night.

The Voyage of the Frog is a great book.
by PMPmstr March 26, 2014
To unravel a hand knitted or crocheted fabric, either partially or entirely. Frogging is usually accomplished by taking the needles out of the project and pulling on the working yarn which drops out of the series of loops that make the fabric. The term originates with the similarity between RIP IT (unravel) and RIBBIT (the sound a frog makes).

See also TINK.
After I finished the sweater, the stupid thing looked horrible on me, so I frogged it.
by knitfitt August 22, 2009
to pull out your stitches when knitting or doing crochet work.
- I'm planning to frog that scarf I was making on. I want the yarn for my hat.
- After my third visible mistake, I frogged the whole project.
by Dena Fitzgerald February 14, 2008
To eat someone out with your tongue.
This relates to how a frog eats.
Nick frogged Tina after the party last night.
by EntaDaStage August 11, 2014
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