From Middle English trayne, from Old French train, from traïner, from Vulgar Latin *traginō, from *tragō, from Latin trahō, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *dʰregʰ- ("to pull, draw, drag"). The verb was derived from the noun in Middle English.
From Middle English trayne, from Anglo-Norman traine, Middle French traïne, from traïr.
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