transrhenane

See also: Transrhenane

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From trans- ‎(across, beyond) +‎ Rhenus ‎(Rhine)

AdjectiveEdit

transrhenane ‎(comparative more transrhenane, superlative most transrhenane)

  1. from the eastern side of the Rhine; German.
    • 2014, Zoë M. Tan, Subversive Geography in Tacitus' Germania, Journal of Roman Studies 104, p. 199:
      In the Germania, then, the transrhenane environment consistently evades and confounds our gaze.