Meaning of frore in English:

frore

Pronunciation /frɔː/

adjective

literary
  • Frozen; frosty.

    ‘The beast wept as the frore hills weep in the thaw, and the tears splashed big into the agate bowl.’
    • ‘Wildly the frore wind blew the fallen leaves backwards, upwards, back towards the bare branches where they once lived, around circularly in tiny spirals across the street.’
    • ‘But through the frore wind and the dripping rain walks a man along the road.’
    icy, freezing, bitterly cold, glacial, sub-zero, frozen, wintry

Origin

Middle English archaic past participle of freeze.