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trivia unimportant or unessential things or matters. [2 definitions]
trivial having little value or importance; insignificant.
triviality the quality or condition of being unimportant or insignificant. [2 definitions]
trivialize to regard or treat as unimportant; reduce to mere triviality.
trivium in medieval universities, the lower section of the seven liberal arts, comprising rhetoric, grammar, and logic. (Cf. quadrivium.)
triweekly three times per week. [5 definitions]
-trix a girl or woman who does or is associated with (something specified).
trochanter in anatomy, either of two knoblike structures located at the upper end of the femur in humans and most other mammals that serve as muscle attachment points. [2 definitions]
troche a small, usu. circular lozenge containing medicine mixed with sugar or other fillers; pastille.
trochee in poetry, a metrical unit consisting of one long or stressed syllable followed by one short or unstressed syllable.
trod a past tense and past participle of tread.
trodden a past participle of tread.
troglodyte a prehistoric person who lived in caves; cave dweller. [2 definitions]
trogon any of various brightly colored, fruit-eating tropical birds, such as the quetzal.
troika any association or group of three; triumvirate. [2 definitions]
Troilus in The Iliad, a Trojan warrior, who also appears as the lover of a Trojan woman in medieval romances and Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare.
Trojan of or pertaining to Troy or its inhabitants. [3 definitions]
Trojan horse in Greek mythology, a huge wooden horse by means of which the Greeks besieging Troy cunningly gained entrance to and overran the city, ending the Trojan War. [2 definitions]
Trojan War in Greek mythology and The Iliad, the ten-year siege of Troy by the Greeks, caused by the abduction of Helen, the wife of a Greek king, by Paris, a Trojan prince.
troll1 to trail (a fishing line or lure) behind a slowly moving boat. [4 definitions]
troll2 in Scandinavian folklore, an ugly manlike creature that lived in a cave or under a bridge.