- quadrate foramen,
- quadrate lobe,
- quadrate muscle of loins,
- quadrate muscle of sole
Origin of quadrat
Examples from the Web for quadrat
The rote of the most quadrat conteynede vndre the nombre proposede.
The German is No. 30 Quadrat, which is rendered approximately by the above.The Letters of a Post-Impressionist|Vincent Van Gogh
The lesse thus, If the rote of the more be brought Into the quadrat of the lesse.
Cubike is at nombre at comythe of ledynge of hym-selfe twyes, or ones in his quadrat.
The more meene thus, as to brynge the rote of the lesse into a quadrat of the more.
Word Origin for quadrat
"a blank, low-cast type used by typographers to fill in larger spaces in printed lines," 1680s, from French quadrat "a quadrat," literally "a square," from Latin quadratrus, past participle of quadrare "to square, make square" (see quadrant). Earlier in English it meant a type of surveying instrument (c.1400).