Origin of trey
Examples from the Web for trey
He fell short, taking in less than half that amount, but his haul was enough to scare his primary opponent, Trey Grayson.
Trey was born on a cold February morning the same week Nelson Mandela walked out of a South African prison after 26 years.
Trey and his girlfriend hurried to his car parked on the street and left.
That was the deal the lawyer worked out: a plea of guilty in exchange for the record being expunged if Trey stayed out of trouble.
As Trey grew older, his hunger for a father seemed to be the driving force of his young life.
My grandmother nursed up a trey, but she dressed herself properly.
He shuffled, buried a trey, and gave me an ace-down, duck-up.The Slizzers|Jerome Bixby
When I was fo'teen mah uncle Gabe learnt me neveh to dooce, trey, or twelve.Lady Luck|Hugh Wiley
Madame Descoings still cherished her trey, which she declared was obstinate about turning up.
Trey, six: bring a man from your adversary's ace-point as far as he will go.
Word Origin for trey
late 14c., "card, die, or domino with three spots," from Old French treis, oblique case of treie "three," from Latin tria (neuter) "three" (see three).