[kwoh-tid-ee-uh n] /kwoʊˈtɪd i ən/
a quotidian report.
usual or customary; everyday:
paintings of no more than quotidian artistry.
(of a fever, ague, etc.) characterized by paroxysms that recur daily.
something recurring daily.
a quotidian fever or ague.
(esp of attacks of malarial fever) recurring daily
a malarial fever characterized by attacks that recur daily
mid-14c., “everyday, daily,” from Old French cotidian (Modern French quotidien), from Latin quotidianus “daily,” from Latin quotus “how many? which in order or number?” (see quote (v.)) + dies “day” (see diurnal). Meaning “ordinary, commonplace, trivial” is from mid-15c.
quotidian quo·tid·i·an (kwō-tĭd’ē-ən)
Recurring daily. Used especially of attacks of malaria.
- Quotidian malaria
quotidian malaria n. Malaria in which the paroxysms occur daily because of infection by two distinct groups of Plasmodium that sporulate alternately every 48 hours.
[kwoh-shuh nt] /ˈkwoʊ ʃənt/ noun, Mathematics. 1. the result of division; the number of times one quantity is contained in another. /ˈkwəʊʃənt/ noun 1. 2. a ratio of two numbers or quantities to be divided n. “number of times one quantity is contained in another,” mid-15c., from Latin quotiens “how often? how many times?; as […]
noun, Mathematics. 1. a ring whose elements are cosets with respect to a given ideal.
noun, Mathematics. 1. a group, the elements of which are cosets with respect to a normal subgroup of a given group.