Türkische aussprache trämp
, homeless person
Etymologie [ 'tramp, intransitive sense ] (verb.) 14th century. Originally as verb, from Middle English trampen (“to walk heavily”) 1388, from Middle Low German (compare Modern German trampen (“to hitchhike”)), from Proto-Germanic *tramp-; compare trap. Noun sense “vagabond” as “one who tramps” from 1664.“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 Sense of ship from c.1880, sense of promiscuous woman from 1922.