Meaning of TRINE in English

I. ˈtrīn intransitive verb

( -ed/-ing/-s )

Etymology: Middle English trinen, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Danish trine to step, go, Swedish dial, trina to go, march, Old Swedish trin step, tread

1. archaic : march , go

2. archaic : hang

II. adjective

Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French trin, trine, from Latin trinus, from trini three each — more at trinal

1. : threefold , triple

2. : of, relating to, or being the favorable astrological aspect of two heavenly bodies 120 degrees apart

III. noun

( -s )


a. : a group of three : triad

b. capitalized : trinity

2. : the trine astrological aspect of two heavenly bodies

3. trines plural : triplets

IV. transitive verb

( -ed/-ing/-s )

: to put in the aspect of a trine

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