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YiddishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old High German frī, from Proto-Germanic *frijaz, from Proto-Indo-European *prijos, *prēy- ‎(like, love). Compare German frei. Cognates include English free and Dutch vrij.

AdjectiveEdit

פֿרײַ ‎(fray)

  1. free (unconstrained, not imprisoned)
  2. free (not in use, not occupied)

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