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Definition of frith (Meaning of frith)
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Frith Frith, n. [OE. frith peace, protection, land inclosed
	     for hunting, park, forest, AS. fri[eth] peace; akin to
	     freno[eth] peace, protection, asylum, G. friede peace, Icel.
	     fri[eth]r, and from the root of E. free, friend. See {Free},
	     a., and cf. {Affray}, {Defray}.]
	     1. A forest; a woody place. [Obs.] --Drayton.
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	     2. A small field taken out of a common, by inclosing it; an
	        inclosure. [Obs.] --Sir J. Wynne.
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	  Frith Frith (fr[i^]th), n. [OE. firth, Icel. fj["o]r[eth]r;
	     akin to Sw. fj["a]rd, Dan. fiord, E. ford. [root]78. See
	     {Ford}, n., and cf. {Firth}, {Fiord}, {Fret} a frith, {Port}
	     a harbor.]
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	     1. (Geog.) A narrow arm of the sea; an estuary; the opening
	        of a river into the sea; as, the Frith of Forth. Also
	        called {firth}.
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	     2. A kind of weir for catching fish. [Eng.] --Carew.
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