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froe

noun \ˈfrō\

Definition of FROE

:  a cleaving tool for splitting cask staves and shingles from the block

Variants of FROE

froe also frow \ˈfrō\

Origin of FROE

perhaps alteration of obsolete froward turned away, from Middle English; from the position of the handle
First Known Use: 1574

Rhymes with FROE

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