Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Entry: fremitic (adj.)

In context: "...and say in their fremitic smoker's croak that Well you at least seem like a ballsy little bastard..."

Definition: After a bit of searching, this is as close as I can get:

Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European *bhrem-. Cognates include Ancient Greek βρέμω (bremō), Middle High German breman, and Welsh brefu.[1]
Verb

present active fremō, present infinitive fremere, perfect active fremuī, supine fremitum.

    (transitive, with accusative) I murmur, mutter, grumble, growl at or after something; complain loudly.
    (intransitive) I roar, growl, hum, rumble, buzz, howl, snort, rage, murmur, mutter.
 



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