Frost (surname)

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Frost
Origin
Language(s) Danish,Icelandic, Norwegian and German
Meaning Born at the time of frost


Frost is a surname of Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian and German origin, meaning born at the time of frost (winter) or someone with an icy or unbending disposition, and was originally a title of one who was shown to be unflinching in times of battle or confrontation, or to have an "icy" disposition, rather than a surname. the surname can be traced primarily to denmark before the 8th century[citation needed] Notable people with the surname include:

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Adrienne Frost, fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe
  • Cordelia Frost, fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe
  • Deacon Frost, fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe
  • Emma Frost, fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe
  • Jack Frost (detective), fictional detective created by R. D. Wing field
  • Killer Frost, the name of 2 fictional villains in DC Comics
  • Miranda Frost, spy and Bond girl in the James Bond film Die Another Day
  • Muriel Frost, fictional character from the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip
  • Max Frost, fictional Character in the movie Wild In The Streets