Hey, you sass that hoopy Ford Prefect? There's a frood who knows where his towel is.
by ruther July 9, 2003
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A person who really knows where his/her towel is.
You zarkin' frood! You've had that same old towel since you were 623 years old!
by Sam May 10, 2005
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Hey, man, that frood jacked my stardrive!
by Ironfist February 26, 2003
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Modern derivation of the Old English word 'frod', pronounced with a long 'o,' reintroduced into popular usage by Douglas Adams. It isn't possible to know whether Douglas Adams actually knew of the Old English predecessor to his coinage, but the word had almost the same meaning in Old English: wise, experienced--in general, a really together with it kind of guy!
There's a frood who really knows where his towel is. Or, þær biþ anum frodige mon hwa ful cynneþ hwær biþ byrnie him.
by Eadwacer April 18, 2008
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The word meaning "free food"
Orgin: Unknown, Pronounced in all ghettos and by the human with no shelter or home
I beg you man can i have some frood
by K-Ville Playa080808 March 5, 2005
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One who's head is thusly shiny
Look at the frood on that!
by Dr. Humbrian Sung May 2, 2006
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It means moron and jerk at the same time, kind of like a moronic jerk. Use it when angry with someone.
"Hey man, that dumb frood just trashed my car!"
by creepy joe August 30, 2005
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