\ ˈfrim\

Definition of frim

1 dialectal, England : marked by good physical condition : flourishing a frim calf
2 dialectal, England : tender and succulent in the spring when the grass is young and frim

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History and Etymology for frim

Middle English, abundant, flourishing, probably from Old English freme good, excellent; akin to Old English fram bold, strong, Old Norse framr foremost, fram forward

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