[French, from Latin tribas, tribad-, from Greek, from trībein, to rub; see tribology.] trib′a·dism n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth ...
1595-1605; < French < Latin tribad- (stem of tribas) < Greek tribás, equivalent to trib-, variant stem of trī́b (ein) to rub + -as (stem -ad-) -ade<sup>2</sup>. Related forms
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