The Collaborative International Dictionary
Fren \Fren\ (fr[e^]n), n. [OE. frenne, contr. fr. forrene
foreign. See Foreign, a.]
A stranger. [Obs.]
n. (context obsolete English) A stranger.
Usage examples of "fren".
We hain't seen nothin BUT a Blow, so far--it's bin all blow, and the blowers in New York won't git out of Bellusses as long as our Irish frens in the rooral districks send 'em money.
Fafhrd's man Fren, on duty at the windlass, told her that Skor, the girl Klute, and Mikkidu were down, the first two working at the face, that last walking dirt between there and the shaft.
Cif slung her over an arm, stepped into the empty bucket, and signaled Fren to hoist.