FRA

Etymology 1

Noun

fra

brother; a title of a monk or friar

Etymology 2

Adverb

fra (not comparable)

Archaic form of fro.

Anagrams

• 'arf, AFR, AFr., ARF, Afr., FAR, RAF, RFA, arf, far

Etymology 1

Noun

Fra (plural Fras)

a title for a Roman Catholic monk or friar; equivalent to Brother

Etymology 2

Proper noun

Fra

Short form of Francis.

Synonyms

• Fra.

Anagrams

• 'arf, AFR, AFr., ARF, Afr., FAR, RAF, RFA, arf, far

Noun

FRA (plural FRAs)

Initialism of forward-rate agreement.

Source: Wiktionary


Fra, adv. & prep. Etym: [OE.]

Definition: Fro. [Old Eng. & Scot.]

Fra, n. Etym: [It., for frate. See Friar.]

Definition: Brother; -- a title of a monk of friar; as, Fra Angelo. Longfellow.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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