The art of performing a clitoral stimulation. cf frig
Lisa was frigging herself in the library again today.
by Mercunium August 16, 2003
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A lazy or otherwise cleaner alternative to F*cking, Freaking, etc.

Tip: Say this word as an alternative to F*cking when in the presence of your mother/respected person/etc. to save yourself from getting bitchslapped.
Holy Christ it's Frigging hot as sin in here.
by Project December 3, 2003
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Yorkshire term for female masturbation. Commonly used in the Doncaster area.

Verb: to frig
Ooooh fuckin ell mate. I wer laying in me bed last night friggin me sen off thinkin about that fit lad a met int pub
by Little Yellow October 24, 2019
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A word that you should look up on urban dictionary, before you say in front of your mum.
Boy: Ahh frigging hell, i just spilt the milk.

Mum: Don't say that, do you know what it means?

Boy: um no

Boy goes on urban dictionary
Boy: Shit
by Fred John June 16, 2008
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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 4, 2011
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