Definition: A fusion of the words wrist and forearm, a "frist" is a thick wrist that does not narrow where it should. When the forearm and the hand join without any indication of a pause, a wrist is not present.
Word History: The frist was invented when I wore a watch with a short sleeved shirt and realized there was no indication of a wrist present.
Example Sentence: She chose to wear a delicate bracelet as opposed to the leather watch which made her frist more apparent.
Submitted by: DangGina from PA, USA on 09/26/2007 08:54