Quinquagesima Sunday, the Sunday which is the fiftieth day before Easter, both days being included in the reckoning; — called also Shrove Sunday.

(Quin*quan"gu*lar) a. [L. quinquanqulus; quinque five + angulus ad angle: cf. F. quinquangulaire.] Having five angles or corners.

(Quin`quar*tic"u*lar) a. [Quinque- + article.] (Theol.) Relating to the five articles or points; as, the quinquarticular controversy between Arminians and Calvinists. [Obs.] Bp. Sanderson.

(Quin"que-) [L. quinque five. See Five.] A combining form meaning five, five times, fivefold; as, quinquefid, five-cleft; quinquedentate, five-toothed.

(Quin"que*an`gled) a. [Quinque- + angle.] Having five angles; quinquangular.

(Quin`que*den"tate Quin`que*den"ta*ted) a. [Quinque- + dentate, - tated: cf. F. quinquédenté.] Five- toothed; as, a quinquedentate leaf.

(Quin`que*fa"ri*ous) a. [From L. quinque five: cf. F. quinquéfarié. Cf. Bifarious.] (Bot.) Arranged in five vertical rows; pentastichous. Gray.

(Quin"que*fid) a. [Quique- + the root of L. findere to cleave: cf. F. quinquéfide.] (Bot.) Sharply cut about halfway to the middle or base into five segments; as, a quinquefid leaf or corolla.

(Quin`que*fo"li*ate Quin`que*fo"li*a`ted) a. [Quinque- + foliate, - ated: cf. F. quinquéfolié, L. quinquefolius.] (Bot.) Having five leaves or leaflets. Gray.

Quinque foliolate
(Quin`que fo"li*o*late) a. (Bot.) Having five leaflets. Gray.

(Quin`que*lit"er*al) a. [Quinque- + literal.] Consisting of five letters.

(Quin`que*lo"bate Quin`que*lo"ba*red) a. [Quinque- + lobate, -ated: cf. F. quinquélobé.] Cut less than halfway into portions, usually somewhat rounded; five-lobed; as, a quinquelobate leaf or corolla.

(Quin"que*lobed`) a. [Quinque- + lobe.] Same as Quinquelobate.

(Quin`que*loc"u*lar) a. [Quinque- + locular: cf. F. quinquéloculaire.] Having five cells or loculi; five-celled; as, a quinquelocular pericarp.

(Quin"que*nerved`) a. [Quinque- + nerve.] (Bot.) Having five nerves; — said of a leaf with five nearly equal nerves or ribs rising from the end of the petiole.

(Quin*ox"a*line) n. [Quinoline + glyoxal.] (Chem.) Any one of a series of complex nitrogenous bases obtained by the union of certain aniline derivatives with glyoxal or with certain ketones. [Written also chinoxaline.]

(Quin*ox"yl) n. [Quinone + oxygen + -yl.] (Chem.) The hypothetical radical of certain quinone derivatives related to rhodizonic acid.

(Qui"noyl) n. [Quinone + - yl.] (Chem.) A radical of which quinone is the hydride, analogous to phenyl. [Written also kinoyl.]

(Quin`qua*ges"i*ma) a. [L., fr. quinquagesimus the fiftieth, akin to quinquaginta fifty, quinque five. See Five.] Fiftieth.

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