quadri-

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From Latin quattuor (four).

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Latin number prefix
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quadri-

  1. Four.

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French[edit]

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quadri-

  1. quadri-

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Italian[edit]

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quadri-

  1. Alternative form of quadr-

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Latin[edit]

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From quattuor. (This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium. Particularly: “What is the specific phonetic development that led to t becoming d? Is this from a PIE form?”)

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quadri-

  1. four, quadri-

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