Meaning of antrin in English:

antrin

Pronunciation /ˈantrɪn/

adjective

dialect Scottish, British, Northern English
  • 1Occasional, odd, chance.

  • 2Peculiar, strange, singular.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Alexander Pennecuik (1652–1722), physician and poet. Apparently from anter, aunter, etc., variants of adventure + -in, variant of -ing.