• Recorded since 1665; either directly or via Middle English refreschement, from Old French refrescher (12th century; modern French rafraĆ®chir), itself from re- + fresche (modern French frais; from a Germanic source, cognate with Old High German frisc, modern German frisch, Dutch fris, etc.)

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