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Origin/ Meaning. Brainstorm. Latin/Greek four. q uadr (a)( i )/ tetra. List. Definition. 1. Using four channels for sound reproduction (four different types of speakers). quadraphonic. 2. quadrilateral. 2. Having four sides. 3. tetrapod. 3. Any creature with four feet.

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Origin/ Meaning

Brainstorm

Latin/Greek

four

quadr(a)(i)/

tetra

List

Definition

1. Using four channels for sound reproduction (four different types of speakers)

quadraphonic

2. quadrilateral

2. Having four sides

3. tetrapod

3. Any creature with four feet

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Origin/ Meaning

Brainstorm

Greek

five

pent(a)

List

Definition

1. A closed plane figure with five angles and five sides

pentagon

2. A line of verse with five metrical feet

2. pentameter

3. An athletic contest that includes five events

3. pentathlon

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Of ser

Origin/ Meaning

Brainstorm

Latin/Greek

six

sex/hex(a)

List

Definition

1. A person between 60-69 years of age

1. sexagenarian

2. hexagram

2. A six pointed star

3. An arthropod (jointed feet) with three pairs of legs

3. hexapod