FRIG'ID, adjective [Latin frigidus, from frigeo, to be or to grow cold; rigeo, to be stiff or frozen. Gr.]
1. Cold; wanting heat or warmth; as the frigid zone.
2. Wanting warmth of affection; unfeeling; as a frigid temper or constitution.
3. Wanting natural heat or vigor sufficient to excite the generative power; impotent.
4. Dull; jejune; unanimated; wanting the fire of genius or fancy; as a frigid style; frigid rhymes.
5. Stiff; formal; forbidding; as a frigid look or manner.
6. Wanting zeal; dull; formal; lifeless; as frigid services.