(Trel"lis) n. [OE. relis, F. treillis, fr. treille vine arbor, fr. L. tricla, triclea, triclia, a bower, arbor,
summer house.] A structure or frame of crossbarred work, or latticework, used for various purposes,
as for screens or for supporting plants.
(Trel"lised) a. Having a trellis or trellises.
Cottages trellised over with exotic plants.Jeffrey.
(||Tre*man"do) a. [It.] (Mus.) Trembling; used as a direction to perform a passage with a
general shaking of the whole chord.
(Trem"a*tode) n. (Zoöl.) One of the Trematodea. Also used adjectively.
(||Trem`a*to"de*a) n. pl. [NL., from Gr. having holes, from a hole.] (Zoöl.) An extensive
order of parasitic worms. They are found in the internal cavities of animals belonging to all classes.
Many species are found, also, on the gills and skin of fishes. A few species are parasitic on man, and
some, of which the fluke is the most important, are injurious parasites of domestic animals. The trematodes
usually have a flattened body covered with a chitinous skin, and are furnished with two or more suckers
for adhesion. Most of the species are hermaphrodite. Called also Trematoda, and Trematoidea. See
Fluke, Tristoma, and Cercaria.
(Trem"a*toid) a. [From Gr. a hole + form.] (Zoöl.) Of or pertaining to the Trematodea. See
Illustration in Appendix.
(Trem"ble) v. i. [imp. & p. p. Trembled ; p. pr. & vb. n. Trembling ] [F. trembler, fr. L.
tremulus trembling, tremulous, fr. tremere to shake, tremble; akin to Gr. Lith. trimti. Cf. Tremulous,
1. To shake involuntarily, as with fear, cold, or weakness; to quake; to quiver; to shiver; to shudder; said
of a person or an animal.
I tremble still with fear.Shak.
Frighted Turnus trembled as he spoke.Dryden.
2. To totter; to shake; said of a thing.
The Mount of Sinai, whose gray topMilton.
3. To quaver or shake, as sound; to be tremulous; as the voice trembles.
(Trem"ble), n. An involuntary shaking or quivering.
I am all of a tremble when I think of it.W. Black.
(Trem"bler) n. One who trembles.
Trembling poplar (Bot.), the aspen.
(Trem"bling) a. Shaking; tottering; quivering. Trem"bling*ly, adv.
(||Tre*mel"la) n. [NL., fr. L. tremere, to tremble: cf. It. tremella, F. tremelle.] (Bot.) A genus
of gelatinous fungi found in moist grounds.