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quadrigatus

[ kwod-ri-gey-tuhs ]
/ ˌkwɒd rɪˈgeɪ təs /
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noun, plural quad·ri·ga·ti [kwod-ri-gey-tahy]. /ˌkwɒd rɪˈgeɪ taɪ/.
a silver coin of ancient Rome, bearing an image of Jupiter in a quadriga on the reverse.
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Origin of quadrigatus

<Latin, equivalent to quadrīg(a) quadriga + -ātus-ate1
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