Definitions for "Trivia"
Trivia in Roman mythology was the equivalent of the Greek goddess Hecate, the goddess of witchcraft, crossroads, and the harvest moon. She was an underworld titan-goddess who assisted Jove in the Titanomachy and was therefore able to keep her powers. She was a friend of Ceres and helped her find Ceres' daughter Proserpina.
Trivia (1716) is the name of a poem by John Gay, loosely based on the Satires of Juvenal. The full title of the poem is Trivia, or The Art of Walking the Streets of London, in three books (the whole of the poem running to just 474 lines). It is a poem in heroic couplets of iambic pentameter that, though based on Juvenal, attains a Horatian satirical manner.
Trivia are unimportant (or "trivial") items, especially of information. In the late twentieth century the expression came to apply more to information of the kind useful almost exclusively for answering quiz questions.
Keywords:  hoop, slender, fan, serious, volume
a slender volume for the serious hoop fan
Keywords:  promotion, carrier, cross
a cross-carrier promotion
Keywords:  something, importance, small
something of small importance