trig

Meanings

Adjective

Noun

Verb

Origin

  • From Middle English trig, tryg, from Old Norse tryggr ("loyal, faithful, true"), from Proto-Germanic *triwwiz ("loyal, faithful, true"). Cognate with Old English trīewe ("faithful, loyal, true"). More at true.
  • See trigger.
  • Compare Danish trykke ("to press").
  • Clipping.

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