Übername zu mhd. trampeln »derb auftretend sich bewegen« für einen ungeschlachten, ungeschickten, schwerfälligen Menschen. Hans Trampler ist a. 1529 im sächsischen Vogtland bezeugt.

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  • Trampler — Tram pler, n. One who tramples; one who treads down; as, a trampler on nature s law. Cowper. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • trampler — noun see trample …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • trampler — See trample. * * * …   Universalium

  • trampler — noun One who tramples …   Wiktionary

  • trampler — n. tramper, stamper, treader …   English contemporary dictionary

  • trampler — noun 1. someone who injures by trampling • Derivationally related forms: ↑trample • Hypernyms: ↑bad person 2. someone who walks with a heavy noisy gait or who stamps on the ground • Syn: ↑stamper, ↑stomper, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Walter Trampler — (August 25, 1915, Munich ndash; September 27, 1997, Port Joli, Nova Scotia) was a virtuoso performer and teacher of the viola and viola d amore. He began to study music at the age of 6, learning from his father, a violinist. In his youth, he… …   Wikipedia

  • Reinhold Trampler — (July 26, 1877 ndash; December 21, 1964) was an Austrian fencer who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics.He was part of the Austrian sabre team, which won the silver medal. In the individual foil event he was eliminated in the first… …   Wikipedia

  • Walter Trampler — (né le 25 août 1915 et mort le 27 septembre 1997) était un virtuose de l alto et de la viole d amour. Né à Munich, il a commencé à étudier la musique à l âge de six ans sous la conduite de son père, un violoniste. Dans sa jeunesse, il a parcouru… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • trample — trampler, n. /tram peuhl/, v., trampled, trampling, n. v.i. 1. to tread or step heavily and noisily; stamp. 2. to tread heavily, roughly, or crushingly (usually fol. by on, upon, or over): to trample on a flower bed. 3. to act in a harsh,… …   Universalium

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