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tras (Preposition) "after"
10th cent. From Latin trans "across," "after." From Proto-Italic *trān(t)s 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *tr̥h2-n̥t-s "crossing."
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese trás, French très, Italian tra-
Italic
Umbrian trahaf "on the side of"
Celtic
Middle Welsh tarddu "to spring," Old Breton tardom 'id.,' Middle Cornish tardha 'id.'
Hellenic
Ancient Greek τρᾱνής (tranés) "distinct"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit tára- "to pass," Old Avestan titara- 'id.'