All of this would be OK with me; I just took the frigging recertification test in my field and I hated every minute of it.
“Every candidate we endorse puts our logo front and frigging center,” he said.
by 1936 as an expletive, from present participle of frig.
"to move about restlessly," mid-15c., perhaps a variant of frisk (q.v.). As a euphemism for "to fuck" it dates from 1680s, earlier as "to masturbate" (1670s). Related: Frigged; frigging.
Wretched; accursed; damn, fucking: if we could find the frigging truck/ You're a walkin', friggin' combat zone
: They friggin' loved it (1930+)
take a flying fuck
[ultimately fr Latin fricare, ''rub'']