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quā^drīmus , a, um, adj. quattuor and root ghim-, him-, of Sanscr. himas, snow; cf. Gr. χιών, χεῖμα; Lat. hiems, hibernus; hence, of four winters,
I.of four years, four years old (class.): “de quadrimo Catone,of Cato of Utica, when four years old, Cic. Fam. 16, 22, 1; cf.: “infantem natum esse quadrimo parem,Liv. 27, 37: “boves,Varr. R. R. 1, 20, 5: “merum,Hor. C. 1, 9, 7: “vitis,Col. 4, 16, 1: “dies,a term of four years, Dig. 23, 4, 19: “equae,Plin. 8, 44, 69, § 171.
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