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Correct spelling: trace

Common misspellings for trace:

traiced, trac.

Trace \t-ra-ce\

Meaning:
warlike
Origin:
Irish
Details:
Trace as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Trace), is a variant of Tracy (Irish, Gaelic), and the meaning of Trace is "warlike".
Meaning:
Tracey, Treacy, Tracey, Tracee, Traci, Tracie.
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This graph shows how "trace" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for trace:

  1. A memorial is that which is intended or fitted to bring to remembrance something that has passed away; it may be vast and stately. On the other hand, a slight token of regard may be a cherished memorial of a friend; either a concrete object or an observance may be a memorial. A vestige is always slight compared with that whose existence it recalls; as, scattered mounds containing implements, weapons, etc., are vestiges of a former civilization. A vestige is always a part of that which has passed away; a trace may be merely the mark made by something that has been present or passed by, and that is still existing, or some slight evidence of its presence or of the effect it has produced; as, traces of game were observed by the hunter. Compare CHARACTERISTIC. –  by
  2. For instance, if a girl brings it in, she may require the value of it in goods; that is a separate transaction, finished at once, and there is no more trace of it. – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie
  3. Because each time I see you, I want to ask if nothing has come back- no trace of memory? – Somehow Good by William de Morgan

Rhymes for trace:

  1. ace, base, bass, brace, case, chase, dace, embrace, encase, erase, face, glace, grace, heyse, lace, mace, misplace, pace, place, race, replace, retrace, space, thrace, vase, chace, incase, cayce, lambastes, wace, nace, caisse;
  2. abase, apace, debase, deface, disgrace, displace, efface;
  3. interlace;
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