FRITH, n. [L. freetum; Gr. from to pass over, or to pass; properly, a passage, a narrow channel that is passable or passed.]1. A narrow passage of the sea; a strait. It is used for the opening of a river into the sea; as the frith of Forth, or of Clyde.2. A kind of wear for catching fish.
FRITH, n. 1. A forest; a woody place.2. A small field taken out of a common.[Not used in America.]