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Definition of Transire

Transire
Transire Trans*i"re, n. [L. transire to pass through or across, to pass.] (End. Law) A customhouse clearance for a coasting vessel; a permit.

Meaning of Transire from wikipedia

- Francesco (eds.). Atti del 2° convegno ****onale. Cultura navale e marittima transire mare 22–23 settembre 2016 (in Italian). goWare. ISBN 9788867979042. Salimbeti...
- Pope Francis in 2021 regarding the celebration of the Tridentine M****. transire benefaciendo to travel along while doing good Literally "beneficial p****age...
- E♭ major. An overtaking chromatic melody on Fac eas, Domine, de morte transire ad vitam ("Make them, O Lord, cross over from death to life") finally carries...
- quote attributed to 1st century AD poet Manilius, which reads in Latin: Transire suum pectus mundoque potiri ("Rise above oneself and grasp the world")...
- quote attributed to 1st century AD poet Manilius, which reads in Latin: Transire suum pectus mundoque potiri ("To surp**** one's understanding and master...
- Followed by Matthew holding Matthew 26:42b "Pater mi, si non potest hic calix transire nisi bibam illum, fiat voluntas tua" or translated “My Father, if this...
- Diacono Giovanni 1890, p. 131–132. 'qui dum Chroatorum fines rediens transire vellet, a Michahele Sclavorum duce fraude deceptus, omnibusque bonis privatus...
- the military personnel carried from the station. The station's motto (Transire confidenter) is in Latin and translates into English as P**** through confidently...
- a quantum et quo loco visum est agri attribuunt atque anno post alio transire cogunt" [Book 6.22]). Strabo (63 BCE—c. 20 CE) also writes about the Suebi...
- state of fear", via the Old French transe "fear of evil", from the Latin transīre "to cross", "p**** over". Wier, in his 1995 book, Trance: from magic to...