[kwod-ruh-jes-uh-muh] /ˌkwɒd rəˈdʒɛs ə mə/
the first Sunday in Lent.
Also called Quadragesima Sunday. the first Sunday in Lent
(obsolete) the forty days of Lent
c.1600, from Medieval Latin quadragesima (dies) “the fortieth (day),” altered diminutive of Latin quadrigesimus “fortieth,” from quadriginta “forty,” related to quattuor “four” (see four). Related: Quadragesimal.
- Quadralay corporation
company The developers of GWHIS. (http://quadralay.com/). Telephone: +1 512-346-9199. Fax: +1 512-346-8990. (2000-08-12)
[kwod-rang-guh l] /ˈkwɒdˌræŋ gəl/ noun 1. a plane figure having four angles and four sides, as a square. 2. a square or space or court that is surrounded by a building or buildings, as on a college campus. 3. the building or buildings around such a space or court. 4. the area shown on one […]
[kwo-drang-gyuh-ler] /kwɒˈdræŋ gyə lər/ adjective 1. having four angles and four sides; having the shape of a . adj. early 15c., from Medieval Latin quadrangularis “having four corners,” from Late Latin quadrangulus (see quadrangle).
[kwod-ranz] /ˈkwɒd rænz/ noun, plural quadrantes [kwo-dran-teez] /kwɒˈdræn tiz/ (Show IPA) 1. a bronze coin of ancient Rome, the fourth part of an as.