Definition of frosh in English:

frosh

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Pronunciation: /frɒʃ
 
/

noun (plural same or froshes)

North American informal
A college freshman: [as modifier]: frosh week
More example sentences
  • This course gives the hardcore basics for surviving through the monotony of the undergraduate frosh existence.
  • Anyway, I see all the frosh running around doing their orientation/initiation routines.
  • To the rest of the Millennium frosh: university isn't always peaches and cream, but I hope when all is said and done, these were the best times of your lives.

Origin

early 20th century: alteration of freshman, perhaps influenced by German Frosch 'frog' (in dialect use 'grammar-school student').

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