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Traʹmonʹtane (3 syl.)

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The north wind; so called by the Italians because to them it comes over the mountains. The Italians also apply the term to German, French, and other artists born north of the Alps. French lawyers, on the other hand, apply the word to Italian canonists, whom they consider too Romanistic. We in England generally call overstrained Roman Catholic notions “Ultramontane.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Tragedy
Trail
Traitors Bridge
Traitors Gate
Trajan’s Column
Trajan’s Wall
Tram (A)
Tramway or Tram Rails
Tramecksan and Slamecksan
Trammel
Tramontane
Translator (A)
Translator-General
Trap
Trapani
Trapper
Trappists
Trasgo
Travels in the Blue
Traveller’s Licence
Traviata

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