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meaning =Third to come
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"Trey" is the anglicised spelling of "tre", the Italian word for the number "three".

Trey could refer to a nickname for those who are the third of their name. For example, this is William Henry Gates III's nickname within his family. Most of the persons listed here are named Trey for this reason:
* Trey Anastasio, an American guitarist, composer and singer, lead guitarist of Phish
* Trey Azagthoth, a guitarist for death metal band Morbid Angel
* Trey Brewer, competitive bodybuilder, NPC Bodybuilding Championships Overall Winner
* Trey Gunn, a member of the band King Crimson
* Trey Junkin, a former American football player
* Trey Parker, co-creator of "South Park", along with Matthew Stone.
* Trey Sides, an R&B singer
* Trey Spruance, an American musician
* Trey Teague, an American football player
* Trey of Triforia, a character in "Power Rangers: Zeo"
* Trey, Vaud, a commune in Vaud, Switzerland
* Trey Wingo, an American sportscaster
* Trey Lewis, an NFL defensive tackle for the Atlanta Falcons.
* Trey Lewis, female tennis player from 1979–1986.
* Trey Smith, son of actor and singer Will Smith.
* Trey A. Corrales, Sergeant First Class in the U.S. Army
* Trey Atwood, fictional character on The OC
* Trey Bruce, country singer

Trey could also mean:
* Tré, a nickname used in basketball to express a three point field goal
* Standard Anglo-American playing cards of rank three, as in "the trey of hearts" (3)

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  • trey — late 14c., card, die, or domino with three spots, from O.Fr. treis, oblique case of treie three, from L. tria (neut.) three (see THREE (Cf. three)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • trey — [trā] n. [ME < OFr trei, treis < L tres,THREE] 1. a playing card with three spots 2. the side of a die bearing three spots, or a throw of the dice totaling three …   English World dictionary

  • Trey — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Trey (homonymie). Trey Une vue d ensemble de la commune serait la bienvenue Administration Pays Suisse …   Wikipédia en Français

  • trey — Pronounced thri with an accent. A teenage boy from Greece. Only used in the calling of a person. Hey, trey, come have a look at this …   Dictionary of american slang

  • trey — /treɪ/ (say tray) noun 1. a playing card or a die having three pips. 2. Also, trey bit, tray bit. Colloquial (formerly) a threepenny piece; threepence. {Middle English, from Old French trei(s), from Latin trēs three} …   Australian English dictionary

  • trey — noun (plural treys) Etymology: Middle English treye, treis, from Anglo French trei, treis three, from Latin tres more at three Date: 14th century 1. the side of a die or domino that has three spots 2. a card numbered three or having three main… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • trey — /tray/, n. a playing card or a die having three pips. [1350 1400; ME < MF trei(s) < L tres THREE] * * * …   Universalium

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