τετράς

Ancient GreekEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *kʷetwóres (whence also τέσσαρες (téssares, four)) + -ᾰ́ς (-ás).

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NounEdit

τετρᾰ́ς (tetrásf (genitive τετρᾰ́δος); third declension

  1. the number four
    1. the fourth day of the month
    2. the fourth day of the week
    3. a period of four days
    4. the four quarters of the moon
  2. tetrarchy
  3. four-leaved pamphlet, quaternion
    Synonym: τετράδιον (tetrádion)

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DescendantsEdit

  • Old Armenian: տետր (tetr)

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