Definition funny of Frois:

urbanA male name usually meaning someone who is awesome beyond comparison to just about anyone. This word can also be used in universal ways, mostly in expressions.

urbanWhat the froi? Wow, did you see that? That was froi-ish. Oh my Froi!


Songs about Frois:

songsAir de Rodolphe "Que cette main est froi by Giacomo Puccini from the Album Grands Airs d'opéra et sérénades italien

songsLoin Du Frois De Décembre (Film: Anastasia) by Gilles David Orchestra from the Album Das Beste aus dem Kino Vol. 2 - The Best Music From The Movies Vol. 2


Books about Frois:

booksFroi of the Exiles: The Lumatere Chronicles by Melina Marchetta (Feb 12, 2013)

booksDesde el diván de Frois (Spanish Edition) by José Luis Palma (Sep 14, 2014)

booksThe First European Description of Japan, 1585: A Critical English-Language Edition of Striking Contrasts in the... by Luis Frois SJ, Daniel T. Reff and Richard Danford (Mar 7, 2014)

booksFroi del exilio (FICCIÓN YA) (Spanish Edition) by Melina Marchetta and Noemi Risco (Oct 30, 2013)

booksFrois and <2> Nobunaga complete translation Frois Japanese history - Oda Shin feature-length (2) (Chuko Bunko)... by Luis Frois (0010)

booksFroi of the Exiles: The Lumatere Chronicles Reprint by Marchetta, Melina (2013) Paperback (2013)

booksFrois' History of Japan (Manga de dokuha) by Luis FROIS and VARIETYARTWORKS (2012)


Wiki information Frois:

Luís Fróis
Writer, Deceased Person, Person

Luís Fróis was a Portuguese missionary. He was born in Lisbon and in 1548 joined the Society of Jesus. In 1563, he arrived in Japan to engage in missionary work, and in the following year arrived in Kyoto, meeting Ashikaga Yoshiteru who was then...

Jean Froissart
Novelist, Person, Person Or Being In Fiction, Author, Deceased Person

Jean Froissart was a medieval French author, who wrote several works, including Chronicles and Meliador, a long Arthurian romance, and a large body of poetry, both short lyrical forms, as well as longer narrative poems. For centuries, Froissart's...