Complete Definition of "trespass"

English
Etymology
Old French trespas, passage; offense against the law

Pronunciation
trÄs'päs", /ËtresËpÉËs/, /<tt>"tres%pA:s</tt>/

Verb
en-verb|trespass|es

  1. (1455) To enter a property without permission

Derived terms
trespasser

Translations
Chinese: ä¾µå¥
Dutch: schenden
Finnish: tunkeutua, kulkea luvatta joku|jonkun paikan läpi
French: enfreindre
German: überzutreten
Greek: καÏαÏαÏήÏει
Japanese: ä¾µå¥ãã
Portuguese: infrinjir
Spanish: violar

Noun
en-noun|es

  1. (1290) sin (This sense is peculiar to The Lord's Prayer)

#:Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us &mdash; The Lord's Prayer

Related terms
French: trespas
Spanish: traspasar

See also
Word Origins article on "trespass"

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Revision and Credits for"trespass"
  • 2007-12-13 08:21 - SemperBlotto - Reverted edits by [[Special:Contributions/210.56.110.198|210.56.110.198]] ([[User_talk:210.56.110.198|Talk]]); changed back to last version by [[User:Interwicket|Interwicket]]

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