Origin of trave1
Definition for trave (2 of 2)
Origin of trave2
Examples from the Web for trave
Finally the Kaiser Friedrich burst something important in her interior, and they gave her up and put on the Trave.As Seen By Me|Lilian Bell
It means, however, the tribes between the Trave and the Warnow; chiefly along the coast.The Natural History of the Varieties of Man|Robert Gordon Latham
Here he found a trave which had been broken; he took a saw and plane, and mended it.Historical Miniatures|August Strindberg
The former ramparts between the Trave and the old town ditch have been converted into promenades.
On the other side of the Trave were to be seen, amid houses and clumps of trees, vessels in various stages of building.
British Dictionary definitions for trave
Word Origin for trave
Word Origin and History for trave
late 14c., from Old French trave "beam," from Latin trabem (nominative trabs) "beam."