See also: trent and Trënt


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  • From Welsh tros (over) + hynt (way), often taken to mean "the trespasser"
  • Another possibility: a shortening of "Tranent", or "Tranant" in Scottish Gaelic, a geographical location in East Lothian. "Tranant" itself is possibly of Brythonic origin.

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  1. (less common form) Trento, the city in Italy.
  2. A river that rises in Staffordshire and flows to join the Ouse and form the Humber estuary.
  3. An English and Scottish topographic surname for someone who lived near any of the rivers of that name.
  4. A male given name transferred from the surname.

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