From Middle English tranten, from or cognate with Middle Dutch tranten (“to step, walk”), perhaps ultimately from Proto-Germanic *trent-, *trant- (“to walk”). Cognate with West Frisian trantsje (“to step, step time; dance, jump”). Compare also Dutch drentelen (“to saunter”).
- (intransitive) To walk; go about.
- (intransitive) To traffic in an itinerant manner; to peddle.
- (intransitive) To turn; play a trick.
trant (plural trants)
trant m (uncountable)
- (cardinal) thirty