Meaning of quadrigate in English:

quadrigate

adjective

  • Of a coin, sculpture, etc.: stamped or decorated with the figure of a quadriga. rare before 20th century.

Pronunciation

quadrigate

/kwɒˈdriːɡeɪt/ /kwəˈdriːɡeɪt/ /kwɒˈdrʌɪɡeɪt/

noun

rare
  • A coin stamped with the figure of a quadriga.

Pronunciation

quadrigate

/kwɒˈdriːɡeɪt/ /kwəˈdriːɡeɪt/ /kwɒˈdrʌɪɡeɪt/

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Philemon Holland (1552–1637), translator. From classical Latin quadrīgātus (adjective) stamped with the figure of a four-horsed chariot, (noun) coin stamped with the figure of a four-horsed chariot from quadrīga + -ātus.