MEANING: verb tr.: To transport or transmit.
noun: Transport, transmission, or passage.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin traicere (to throw across), from trans- (across) + jacere (to throw). Ultimately from the Indo-European root ye- (to throw), which also gave us jet, eject, project, reject, object, subject, adjective, joist, jactitation, subjacent, and jaculate. Earliest documented use: for noun: 1552, for verb 1624.

TRA-JEST - the chorus of a jocular song

PRAJECT - the speaker could be heard, but his enunciation wasn't very good

TERAJECT - to throw in billions