To assault, especially to kill or wound, with a fragmentation grenade.
A frag is a point you get when you kill an opponent. It's almost the same as a kill, except that you will normally lose a frag (point) if you accidentally kill yourself or a team mate.
(Half-Life) A kill generated on an online/network multiplayer game.(Geometry) A fragment.
Orig: US military slang. In the US military this act was (and is) the act of trying to blow up members of your own army with a grenade. The word was coined in the Vietnam war where the target of fragging was typically the officer class. In on-line gaming, the verb frag roughly corresponds to kill. It has no friendly fire connotations in on-line gaming. Related to the word fragment in general English, though frag now has a quite distinct meaning.
To kill someone in a shooter. It is also used as a point system.
Another word for a kill. Frags often equals your score in simpler versions of multiplayer gaming.
a kill or point that you've gotten in a game
Derived from the old Army term for slipping a live grenade into the tent of an unpopular officer, to be fragged means getting killed in spectacular fashion.
Fragmentation Grenade. View Example.
To wipe out your opponent in a multiplayer online game.
v. 1) Common curse word. adj: Fragging. 2) To kill someone with a fragmentation grenade.
To kill an enemy in a first-person shooter video game. Originally coined in Vietnam from use of the fragmentation grenade.
When an in game character is killed
Usually refers to a 'kill' in a shooter (such as SOCOM: US Navy SEALs) but may be used in any game to refer to a score. Example: "How many frags have you got?". To be 'fragged' is to be killed or beaten in a game.
Shoot someone in a computer game.
A term associated with shooting something in a first-person shooters, usually a human-controlled opponent.
Frag represents a kill in online deathmatch games. Word history: A "frag" was a kill on your own side in Vietnam. You were fragged by a higher ranking officer if you ran from combat and the line of fire. Since we are all human's in DooM/Quake/Quake2, we are all on the same team. Hence, the term frag.
to frag someone means to kill them. the term originally meant to kill a fellow soldier with a fragmentation device. frag, as a noun, is the point awarded when a player kills. usually in deathmatch, the one with the most frags is considered the winner
fragmentation grenade; verb form of "fragging"
Frag is a word used by various intergalactic cultures. Employed as either a working verb or an adjective, it is often looked upon as a form of profanity. Examples of use would include: "Go frag yourself!", or "I'm going to frag every fraggin' last one of you!".
Frag is a computer and video game term, used in first-person shooter (FPS) deathmatch. A frag is a killcount; one gets a frag if one kills ("frags") another player. In some games, one also loses a frag as a penalty for killing oneself (called a "suicide", even if unintentional), for example, by falling a long distance or discharging a rocket directly into a nearby wall.
Frag is a first-person shooter-themed board game published by Steve Jackson Games in the summer of 2001. It was developed by Steve Jackson and Philip Reed, and illustrated by Alex Fernandez.