Frail - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
FRAIL, a. [L. fragilis, or from a different root.]
1. Weak; infirm; liable to fail and decay; subject to casualties; easily destroyed; perishable; not firm or durable.
That I may know how frail I am. Psa 39.
2. Weak in mind or resolution; liable to error deception.
Man is frail, and prone to evil.
3. Weak; easily broken or overset; as a frail bark.
1. A basket made of rushes.
2. A rush for weaving baskets.
3. A certain quantity of raisins, about 75 pounds.