quadrennia

quadrennium

[kwo-dren-ee-uhm]
noun, plural quadrenniums, quadrennia [kwo-dren-ee-uh] .
a period of four years.

Origin:
1815–25; < Neo-Latin, alteration of Latin quadriennium, equivalent to quadri- quadri- + -enn-, combining form of annus year (cf. annual) + -ium -ium

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quadrennium (kwɒˈdrɛnɪəm)
 
n , pl -niums, -nia
a period of four years
 
[C17: from Latin quadriennium, from quadri- + annus year]

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