Traunter

Traunt´er


n.1.Same as Tranter.
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F tapissier] 'a maker or weaver of figured cloth or tapestry' 1386 NED); Traueterius 1148, Trenter 1221, Traveter 1306, Traunter 1332 (tranter 'a man who does his jobs with his horse and cart; a carrier; a hawker or cadger with horse and cart; a huckster; one who buys up things to sell them elsewhere; in 14-15th c.
As our eyes wander across the landscape, the Piz Traunter Ovas catches our eye.