Quadratus

[martyr] In addition to Quadratus of Athens (Quadratus the Apologist), there are several Christian saints with the name Quadratus (sometimes spelled Codratus): ==Quadratus of Africa== Quadratus of Africa was martyred in Africa Proconsularis on an unknown date. His feast day is celebrated on May 26. He was the subject of a panegyric by Saint...
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quadratus

Latin = square or rectangular.
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quadratus

Latin, meaning: square, a square.
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quadratus

square, a square.
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quadratus

Type: Term Pronunciation: quad-rā′tŭs Definitions: 1. Four sided or square; used to refer to the quadrate (q.) muscles.
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