treg

See also: Treg

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AlbanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Unclear. Possibly from a Balkan substratum, continuing Illyrian Tergitio ‎(“merchant”). Usually assumed to be connected with Proto-Slavic *tъrgъ, Lithuanian tur̃gus, Latvian tirgus, Swedish torg ‎(market, marketplace). This group is considered to be cognate with the Italian city name of Trieste Tergeste.

NounEdit

treg m (indefinite plural tregje, definite singular tregu, definite plural tregjet)

  1. market
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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *trugaz, *trugą, *truh-, *trauh-, *trawją, from Proto-Indo-European *drAuk(')- ‎(a type of vessel). Akin to Old English trōg ‎(trough).

NounEdit

trēġ n

  1. a wooden board with a low rim; tray.

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