Transliteration from Russian: Trishin, transliteration from Belorussian: Tryshyn.
Name on Russian: Тришин.
Name on Belorussian: Трышын.
Name on Latin Belorussian: Tryšyn.
Name on Polish: Tryszyn.
The village of Trishin does not exist at present time. The village merged to Brest in 1968.
The village of Trishin has been known since the end of the 15th century. At the beginning of the 20th century, the village, 2 estates and a tract under the same name were part of the Kosichi parish of Brest county (population 350 people). Since 1940, the village became the center of Trishinsky Village Council.