- a playing card with three spots
- the side of a die bearing three spots, or a throw of the dice totaling three
Origin of treyMiddle English from Old French trei, treis from Classical Latin tres, three
A card, die, or domino with three pips.
Origin of treyMiddle English treye from Old French treie from Latin tria neuter of trēs three ; see trei- in Indo-European roots.
- A nickname for someone who is the third person in the family sharing his father's name.
- A male given name of modern usage, derived from the nickname.