When Ruth Frost was born about 1732, in Oyster Bay Town, Queens, New York Colony, British Colonial America, her father, Samuel Frost, was 27 and her mother, Keziah Wright, was 22.
English, German, Danish, and Swedish: nickname for someone who suffers from being cold, or perhaps used in the sense ‘frosty, cold as frost, without warmth of feeling’, or perhaps ‘having the appearance of being covered with frost’ for one with white hair or a white beard. From Old English, Old High German, Old Norse frost ‘frost’.
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