Fritz | Definition of Fritz by Merriam-Webster
Fritz definition is - a state of disorder or disrepair —used in the phrase on the fritz. How to use fritz in a sentence.
Fritz - Wikipedia
Fritz originated as a German nickname for Friedrich, or Frederick (der alte Fritz was a nickname for King Frederick II of Prussia and Frederick III, German Emperor), as well as for similar names including Fridolin.
Fritz | Define Fritz at Dictionary.com
Fritz was a nickname used by Allied soldiers for a German soldier during World War I and II.
Fritz (chess) - Wikipedia
Fritz is a German chess program originally developed for Chessbase by Frans Morsch based on his Quest program, ported to DOS, and then Windows by Mathias Feist.With version 13, Morsch retired, and his engine was first replaced by Gyula Horvath's Pandix, and then with Fritz 15, Vasik Rajlich's Rybka.
Fritz - definition of fritz by The Free Dictionary
So Becky bowed Jos out of her little garret with as much grace as if it was a palace of which she did the honours; and that heavy gentleman having disappeared down the stairs, Max and Fritz came out of their hole, pipe in mouth, and she amused herself by mimicking Jos to them as she munched her cold bread and sausage and took draughts of her favourite brandy-and-water.
fritz | Definition of fritz in English by Oxford Dictionaries