tryst (trɪst)

1. An agreement, as between lovers, to meet at a certain time and place.
2. A meeting or meeting place that has been agreed on.
(American Heritage Dictionary)

tryst [trɪst traɪst] Archaic or literary

1. an appointment to meet, esp secretly
2. the place of such a meeting or the meeting itself


(intr) to meet at or arrange a tryst

[from Old French triste lookout post, apparently of Scandinavian origin; compare Old Norse traust trust]
(Collins English Dictionary)

tryst – Comes from Scottish as a variant of an old word, trist, «an appointed place or station in hunting,» and now means a «secret meeting of lovers.»

(Farlex Trivia Dictionary)

tryst [trɪst] N (liter, hum)
1. (= meeting) → cita f
2. (also trysting-place) → lugar m de encuentro
(Collins Spanish Dictionary)

Etiquetas: , ,