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transtrum , i, n. root tra-, to cross; cf. trans (cf. jugum).
I. In gen., a crossbeam, transom, Vitr. 2, 1; 4, 2; 5, 1 fin.; 10, 21; Plin. 34, 12, 32, § 123 al.; cf.: “transtra et tabulae navium dicuntur et tigna, quae ex pariete in parietem porriguntur,Fest. p. 367 Müll.—
II. Esp., a cross-bank in a vessel, a bank for rowers, a thwart.
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