From Old Norse frjósa (“freeze”), from Proto-Germanic *freusaną, from Proto-Indo-European *prews-.
fryse (imperative frys or fryse, present tense fryser, simple past frøs or frøys, past participle frosset, present participle frysende)
- to freeze (turn to ice; be very cold; freeze a moving image, prices etc.)
fryse (imperative frys, present tense fryser, simple past fryste, past participle fryst)
- (transitive) to freeze (e.g. food, in a freezer)