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From trant (cunning, trickery) +‎ -y.

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tranty (comparative trantier or more tranty, superlative trantiest or most tranty)

  1. (Britain dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) (used in reference to children) Intelligent, advanced, or forward for one's age; precocious.

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