Transfrete

Trans*frete"

(?), v. i. [L. transfretare; trans across, over + fretum a strait: cf. OF. transfreter.] To pass over a strait or narrow sea.
[Written also transfreight.]
[Obs.] E. Hall.
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Trans"fuge

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Trans*fu"gi*tive

(?), } n. [L. transfuga; trans across, over + fugere to flee.] One who flees from one side to another; hence, a deserter; a turncoat; an apostate. [R.]
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