Frise was a department of the First French Empire in the present-day Netherlands. It was formed in 1811, after the Kingdom of Holland was annexed by France. It was named after Friesland: "Frise" [fʁiz] in French. It was the successor of the Friesland Department, which was formed in 1802.
- Leeuwarden, cantons: Bergum, Buitenpost, Dokkum, Dronrijp, Franeker, Hallum, Harlingen, Holwerd and Leeuwarden (2 cantons).
- Heerenveen, cantons: Akkrum, Beetsterzwaag, Heerenveen and Oldeberkoop.
- Sneek, cantons: Bolsward, Hindeloopen, Lemmer, Rauwerd and Sneek.
Its population in 1812 was 175,400, and its area was 279,835 hectares.