The Online Slang Dictionary
(American, English, and Urban slang)

Login     Register     Forgot password     Resend confirmation

Definition of froad



  • to bike or drive off road as sport. Also: "froader" - an off-road vehicle. From "off-roading".
    Let's go froading!

    Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by Ashley from MA, USA on Jan 20 2000.

+Add a definition for this slang term

More info:

Interactive stats:

Related words

Slang terms with the same meaning

None found.

Slang terms with the same root words

None. How about some random words?

Definitions include: short for child molester.
Definitions include: to get into someone's business
Definitions include: approximately; "kind of".
Definitions include: Someone who has nothing to add, or has very little ability; performs no useful function or has no purpose.
Definitions include: "I love you too".
Definitions include: popular term in Central Florida hospitality industry for people who tend to run servers with no regard to other diners in a servers station.
Definitions include: used to replace a noun for effect.
Definitions include: the need for sparkly accessories ("bling").
Definitions include: adj. meaning sick or dirty.
Definitions include: a "traditional" business with a physical presence.

How common is this slang?

Don't click the following.
I use it(1)  
No longer use it(0)  
Heard it but never used it(3)  
Have never heard it(7)  

How vulgar is this slang?

Average of 9 votes: 31%  (See the most vulgar words.)

Least vulgar  
  Most vulgar

Your vote: None   (To vote, click the pepper. Vote how vulgar the word is – not how mean it is.)

Least vulgar  
  Most vulgar

Where is this slang used?

Logged-in users can add themselves to the map. Login, Register, Login instantly with Facebook.

Link to this slang definition

To link to this term in a web page or blog, insert the following.

<a href="">froad</a>

To link to this term in a wiki such as Wikipedia, insert the following.

[ froad]

Some wikis use a different format for links, so be sure to check the documentation.