2. Verb. (euphemistic) fuck. ¹
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Definition of Frack
1. eager [adj] - See also: eager
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Literary usage of Frack
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1. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is by John Jamieson (1880)
"A weak, delicate person, Ork.] frack, FRAK, FRECK, adj. 1. ... The origin U certainly the same with that of Frock, qv To MA i к frack, to be diligent ¡n ..."
2. Origines Celticae (a Fragment) and Other Contributions to the History of Britain by Edwin Guest (1883)
"In the Icelandic frack-r is a Frank, and frack-ia brave fellow. This last word is known to our northern dialect,— ' Ther was never a ..."
3. The Pictorial German Course (with Pictures, Descriptions, Conversations and by D. J. Rees, Henry Baumann (1907)
"Finden Sie diesen frack zu lang ? Ja, ein wenig zu lang. ... Könnten Sie nächsten Mittwoch hier vorsprechen, um den frack anzuprobieren ? ..."