Trental

Tren"tal

(?), n. [LL. trentale, fr. L. triginta thirty; akin to tres three: cf. OF. trentel. See Three, and cf. Trigintal.] 1. (R. C. Ch.) An office and mass for the dead on the thirtieth day after death or burial. "Their trentals and their shrifts." Spenser.
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2. Hence, a dirge; an elegy.
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Trente" et` qua`rante"

(?). [F., lit., thirty and forty.] Same as Rouge et noir, under Rouge.
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