tetragram

[te-truh-gram]

Origin of tetragram

1860–65; < Greek tetrágrammon, noun use of neuter of tetrágrammos having four letters, equivalent to tetra- tetra- + grámm(a) letter (see -gram1) + -os adj. suffix
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British Dictionary definitions for tetragram

tetragram

noun
  1. any word of four letters
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