Quadrilateralness *to* Quaker

**Quadrilateralness**

(Quad`ri*lat"er*al*ness), *n.* The property of being quadrilateral.

**Quadriliteral**

(Quad`ri*lit"er*al) *a.* [*Quadri-* + *literal*.] Consisting of four letters.

**Quadrille**

(Qua*drille") *n.* [F. *quadrille*, n. fem., fr. Sp. *cuadrilla* meeting of four or more persons or
It. *quadriglia* a band of soldiers, a sort of dance; dim. fr. L. *quadra* a square, fr. *quattuor* four. See
Quadrate.]

**1.** A dance having five figures, in common time, four couples of dancers being in each set.

**2.** The appropriate music for a quadrille.

**Quadrille**

(Qua*drille"), *n.* [F. *quadrille*, n. masc., cf. It. *quadriglio*; or perhaps from the Spanish. See
Quadrille a dance.] A game played by four persons with forty cards, being the remainder of an ordinary
pack after the tens, nines, and eights are discarded. *Hoyle.*

**Quadrillion**

(Quad*ril"lion) *n.* [F., fr. L. *quater* four times, akin to *quattuor* four, E. *four*; — formed like *
million*. See Four, Million.] According to the French notation, which is followed also upon the Continent
and in the United States, a unit with fifteen ciphers annexed; according to the English notation, the number
produced by involving a million to the fourth power, or the number represented by a unit with twenty-four
ciphers annexed. See the Note under Numeration.

**Quadrilobate**

(Quad`ri*lo"bate Quad`ri*lobed) *a.* [*Quadri-* + *lobe*: cf. F. *quadrilobé*.] Having four lobes; as,
a *quadrilobate* leaf.

**Quadrilocular**

(Quad`ri*loc"u*lar) *a.* [*Quadri-* + *locular*: cf. F. *quadriloculaire*.] Having four cells, or
cavities; as, a *quadrilocular* heart.

**Quadrin**

(Quad"rin) *n.* [OF., fr. L. *quadrini* four each, fr. *quattuor* four.] A small piece of money, in
value about a farthing, or a half cent. [Obs.]

**Quadrinodal**

(Quad`ri*nod"al) *a.* [*Quadri-* + *nodal*.] *(Math.)* Possessing four nodes; as, *quadrinodal*
curves.

**Quadrinomial**

(Quad`ri*no"mi*al) *n.* [*Quadri-* + *nomial*, as in *binomial*: cf. F. *quadrinôme*.] *(Alg.)* A
polynomial of four terms connected by the signs plus or minus.

**Quadrinomical**

(Quad`ri*nom"ic*al) *a.* Quadrinomial.

**Quadrinominal**

(Quad`ri*nom"i*nal) *a.* [*Quadri-* + *nominal*.] *(Alg.)* Quadrinomial. *Sir W. R. Hamilton.*

**Quadripartite**

(Quad*rip"ar*tite) *a.* [L. *quadripartitus*, p. p. of *quadripartire* to divide into four parts; *
quattuor* four + *partire* to divide: cf. F. *quadripartite*.] Divided into four parts.

**Quadripartitely**

(Quad*rip"ar*tite*ly), *adv.* In four parts.

**Quadripartition**

(Quad`ri*par*ti"tion) *n.* [L. *quadripartitio*: cf. F. *quadripartition*.] A division or distribution
by four, or into four parts; also, a taking the fourth part of any quantity or number.

**Quadripennate**

(Quad`ri*pen"nate) *a.* [*Quadri-* + *pennate*.] *(Zoöl.)* Having four wings; — said of insects.

**Quadriphyllous**

(Quad*riph"yl*lous) *a.* [*Quadri* + Gr. leaf.] *(Bot.)* Having four leaves; quadrifoliate.

**Quadrireme**

(Quad"ri*reme) *n.* [L. *quadriremis*; *quattuor* four + *remus* an oar: cf. F. *quadrirème*.] *(Antiq.)*
A galley with four banks of oars or rowers.

**Quadrisection**

(Quad`ri*sec"tion) *n.* [*Quadri-* + *section*.] A subdivision into four parts.