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quad·ri·ga

 (kwŏd-rē′gə -rī′-)
n. pl. quad·ri·gae (-gē)
A two-wheeled chariot drawn by four horses abreast.

[Latin quadrīga, sing. of quadrīgae, team of four horses, contraction of quadriiugae, feminine pl. of quadriiugus, of a team of four : quadri-, quadri- + iugum, yoke; see jugum.]

quadriga

(kwɒˈdriːɡə)
n, pl -gas or -gae (-dʒiː)
(Historical Terms) (in the classical world) a two-wheeled chariot drawn by four horses abreast
[C18: from Latin, from earlier quadrijugae a team of four, from quadri- + jugum yoke]

quad•ri•ga

(kwɒˈdri gə, -ˈdraɪ-)

n., pl. quad•ri•gae (kwɒˈdri gaɪ, -ˈdraɪ dʒi)
a chariot drawn by four horses harnessed abreast.
[1720–30; < Latin quadrīga, earlier quadrīgae, contraction of quadrijugae a team of four]
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