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1.
An informal, at best verbal, understanding that what is being discussed is in confidence. No paperwork, just trust, protects ideas from being stolen.
I told Mark about our transporter research under a frieNDA.
por manar 14 de Maio de 2007
 
2.
See related term friendo
A friend of the female gender. The English language had previously made it too easy for women to make their boyfriend or would-be suitor jealous by telling him she's "out with a friend". Back then, for the next several hours after receiving that "with a friend" text from her, his mind would go from convincing himself that the friend is a girl from her pilates class, to thinking that this "friend" is a 6'3" surgeon taking her out on his 75 ft yacht. And back and forth between those thoughts. In reality, it was her childhood friend, Sarah, that she was with, but she knew what she was doing when she said to him "a friend" just to drive him to insanity in a seemingly innocent and unintentional way. Because, of course, if he had asked the sex of this friend, he would appear to be a jealous psycho. And he is still trying to play it cool.
Guys everywhere should demand that women clarify frienda or friendo so that they don't have this easy "with a friend" method of instilling jealousy into men's minds.

Example 2:

Boy: babe where are you?

Girl: I'm home waiting for a friend to come by to get something from me.

Boy: (imagining friend means some dude and something means sex). "Um .. uh.. ok"

Girl: not like that silly, it's a frienda.

Boy: oh! you should've said so to begin with! If only women started clarifying that they're with a frienda, it would save men hours of looking at your Facebook page for any check-ins, excessive "likes" from random dudes, or other such unusual activity.
por RRDS 09 de Setembro de 2013
 
3.
Used by males to distinguish a female friend whom of which the relationship with is platonic. To be used in lieu of saying "My friend who's a girl". Replaces the annoying need to stop a story and explain that the friend is not a girlfriend.
Similar to the Spanish word "amiga".

See also: friendo
Sarah: Bill, are you going to the show with your girlfriend?
Bill: No, I am going with my frienda, Haley.
por friendo guy 28 de Abril de 2011