[ trahy-en-ee-uh m ]
/ traɪˈɛn i əm /
noun, plural tri·en·ni·ums, tri·en·ni·a [trahy-en-ee-uh] /traɪˈɛn i ə/.
a period of three years.
- tried and true,
Origin of triennium
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Examples from the Web for triennium
At the completion of his triennium he was chosen president of the Recollect hospitium in Mexico.
During the triennium of our father Méntrida, he was visitor and prior of Pasig.
/ (traɪˈɛnɪəm) /
noun plural -niums or -nia (-nɪə)
a period or cycle of three years
Word Origin for triennium
C19: from Latin, from tri- + annus a year
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