pentaglot

pentaglot

a book or other work written in five languages. — pentaglot, adj.
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The two main ones, each consisting of just over seven hundred entries, are a pentaglot (Arabic, Persian, Turkic, Greek, Armenian, MS pp.
The reason for separating them our was simply to fill in the empty space in the pages containing the pentaglot. While this appears to be a plausible hypothesis, it does not suggest any reason for the selection being so haphazard and irregular.
"Hot," for example, appears twice in the pentaglot (191B30, 193A7, with a minor variant in the Arabic only) and twice in the tetraglot (202C25, 205D1, with the same minor variant in the Arabic, and two different forms of the same Turkic word).