[ tren-tl ]
/ ˈtrɛn tl /
noun Roman Catholic Church.
a series of 30 Requiems celebrated one each day for 30 consecutive days.
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Origin of trental
1300–50; Middle English < Medieval Latin trentāle, equivalent to Vulgar Latin *trent(a) (for Latin trīgintā thirty) + Latin -āle -al2. Cf. Old French trentel
Words nearby trental
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