daily: a quotidian report.
usual or customary; everyday: quotidian needs.
ordinary; commonplace: paintings of no more than quotidian artistry.
(of a fever, ague, etc.) characterized by paroxysms that recur daily.
something recurring daily.
a quotidian fever or ague.
Origin of quotidian
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(esp of attacks of malarial fever) recurring daily
a malarial fever characterized by attacks that recur daily
Word Origin for quotidian
C14: from Latin quotīdiānus, variant of cottīdiānus daily
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Recurring daily. Used especially of attacks of malaria.
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