Tramontane (Tramuntana, Tramontana) is a classical name for a northern wind. The exact form of the name and precise direction varies from country to country. The word came to English from Italian tramontana, which developed from Latin trānsmontānus (trāns- + montānus), "beyond the mountains/across the mountains", referring to the alps in the North of Italy. The word has other non-wind-related senses: it can refer to anything that comes from, or anyone who lives on, the other side of mountains, or even more generally, anything seen as foreign, strange, or even barbarous.
TRUTH IS INCONTROVERTIBLE. MALICE MAY ATTACK IT AND IGNORANCE MAY DERIDE IT, BUT, IN THE END, THERE IT IS.
Veritat resulta incontrovertible. Malicia pot atacar i la ignorància poden burlar-se de ti, pero, al final, no ho es.