Quatrefoil

In art, architecture, and traditional Christian symbolism, the quatrefoil is a type of decorative framework consisting of a symmetrical shape which forms the overall outline of four partially overlapping circles of the same diameter. The word quatrefoil means `four leaves`, from Latin quattuor, four, plus folium, a leaf.) and applies to general .....
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Quatrefoil

• (n.) Same as Quarterfoil.
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quatrefoil

a 4-lobed shape formed by cusping in tracery
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Quatrefoil

A four lobed shape.
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Quatrefoil

A four lobed shape.
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Quatrefoil

An form that has four lobes or foils, resembling a four-petaled flower. In architecture, a quatrefoil plan is a four lobed structure in which the walls represent four leaves or petals with a dome on top. It is a common plan in Armenian architecture. Also known as a tetraconch. Compare with: cinquefoil, hexafoil, octafoil, trefoil, triconch.
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Quatrefoil

An ornamental figure, which is divided into four foils, leaves or lobes.
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quatrefoil

An ornamental form which has four lobes or foils. It may resemble a four-petaled flower.
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Quatrefoil

four sided
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Quatrefoil

four sided
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Quatrefoil

Four-lobed motif; usually in block shape
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Quatrefoil

Four-lobed motif; usually in block shape.
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Quatrefoil

Four-lobed.
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quatrefoil

four-petalled flower; design or ornament with four flowers or leaves
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quatrefoil

four-pointed embroidered pattern stiched on to the top of a Marine officer's barracks cover, from the tradition of wearing it to be identified as friendly to Marine sharpshooters during boarding actions in the era of wooden sailing ships.
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