quadrivial

[kwo-driv-ee-uhl]
adjective
1.
having four ways or roads meeting in a point.
2.
(of ways or roads) leading in four directions.
3.
of or pertaining to the quadrivium.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English < Medieval Latin quadriviālis, equivalent to Late Latin quadrivi(um) quadrivium + -ālis -al1

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quadrivial (kwɒˈdrɪvɪəl)
 
adj
1.  having or consisting of four roads meeting at a point
2.  (of roads or ways) going in four directions
3.  of or relating to the quadrivium

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Example sentences
It is the body of which roads are the arms and legs-a trivial or quadrivial place, the thoroughfare and ordinary of travelers.
It is the body of which roads are the arms and legs-a trivial or quadrivial place, the thoroughfare and ordinary of travellers.
It is the body of which roads are the arms and legs,-a trivial or quadrivial place, the thoroughfare and ordinary of travelers.
It is the body of which roads are the arms and legs-a trivial or quadrivial place, the thoroughfare and ordinary of travelers.
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