TRA comes from a Sanskrit word TRAyate that means "to liberate."
The flowers that bloom in the spring, TRA la,” Eleanor returned saucily, “have nothing to do with the case.
She has a new dittyFor every day; I wish you could hear it,TRA lal, TRA lal lay!
ExTRA, eks′TRA, adj. beyond or more than the usual or the necessary: exTRAordinary: additional.
The flowers that bloom in the spring,TRA la,Have nothing to do with the case.
While Spalato is putting on the likeness of a busy modern town, TRA has nothing to show but its ancient memories.
It was a pirate city, and there was continual strife between it and TRA.
TRA la fenestro antaŭ si Johano rigardas la virojn kaj la virinojn sur la sTRAto.
But, all on a sudden, Cleopa'TRA determined the fortune of the day.
The refrain, "TRA la la la," with its rising inflection, is a most characteristic and effective bit.