According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the word ‘frog’ has 5 meanings.
I hate to be a pedant, but they missed a few.
Frog can also describe a basset with his or her rear legs stretched out.
It is a common term in Bassetdom as many basset hounds find this position very comfy and relaxing.
Frog is also a knitting term. It is a verb of recent origin, said to come from the sound a frog makes. Ribbit sounds like rip it and means to rip out your knitting. Let me use it in a sentence for you.
Realizing I had misread the directions, I had to frog the baby dress I started Saturday.
Alas, this exemplar is also a statement of truth. I started a new knitting project on Sunday. When I found it, I read the note that said “errata available” and actually found the error and correction. But caught up in the ecstasy of a new project, I promptly forgot about it. I was about 1/3 of the way through the back of the baby dress when I realized something was off. I kept going for a bit more, then remember the “errata available” message. I reread the correction and realized it was unsalvageable, so I frogged it.
Then, I started over, doing correctly. It looks much better now.
Sometimes a little frogging is all it takes to make the world right again.