Frisians Named for Frisle Curly Hair Branding Later Associated to Cold of North by Ancient Portuguese Word Frio


The Frisians of the North Sea were named after the word frisle, their curly hair, as if a bit burnt (like frostbite?), born out by the also Indo European (Japhetic) word Prusva in Sanskrit meaning burnt, yet the ancient Portuguese began to associate the land of the Frisians with cold, hence the coming of the word Frio, and Fresolano in Chile named for those curly-hair people, the sea kings Freso and Inka from Frisia.