Pertaining to a word which has four letters

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  • Quadriliteral — Quad ri*lit er*al, a. [Quadri + literal.] Consisting of four letters. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Quadriliteral — In the terminology used to discuss the grammar of the Semitic languages, a quadriliteral is a consonantal root containing a sequence of four consonants (instead of three consonants, as is more often the case). A quadriliteral form is a word… …   Wikipedia

  • quadriliteral — /kwod reuh lit euhr euhl/, adj. 1. using or consisting of four letters. n. 2. a quadriliteral word or root. [1765 75; QUADRI + LITERAL] * * * …   Universalium

  • quadriliteral — I. |kwädrə+ adjective Etymology: quadri + literal : consisting of four letters used especially of a Semitic root having four consonants instead of three II. noun ( s) : a word of four letters; specifically : a Semitic quadriliteral root …   Useful english dictionary

  • quadriliteral — 1. adjective Used to describe word roots in Semitic languages which consist of four letters 2. noun A word root in a Semitic languages which consist of four letters …   Wiktionary

  • quadriliteral — quad·ri·literal …   English syllables

  • quadriliteral —   a.,n …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • Semitic root — The roots of verbs and most nouns in the Semitic languages are characterized as a sequence of consonants or radicals (hence also the term consonantal root). Such abstract consonantal roots are used in the formation of actual words by adding the… …   Wikipedia

  • Varieties of Arabic — For the historical family of dialects, see Arabic languages. Different dialects of Arabic in the Arab world The Arabic language is a Semitic language characterized by a wide number of linguistic varieties within its five regional forms. The… …   Wikipedia

  • Basmala — (Arabic بسملة) is an Arabic language noun which is used as the collective name of the whole of the recurring Islamic phrase bismi llāhi ar raḥmāni ar raḥīmi . This phrase constitutes the first verse of every sura (or chapter) of the Qur an (but… …   Wikipedia

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