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fourth

E Victionario

Anglice[+/-]

Appellatio[+/-]

Homonyma

Formae aliae[+/-]

  • 4th (abbreviatio)
  • IV (abbreviatio praecipue adhibita in nominibus formalibus)

Notatio[+/-]

Four “quattuor” + -th ordinale.

= Anglica Media  ferthe 
= Anglica Antiqua  fēorþa 
← Protogermanice *fe(d)worþōn-
← Protindeuropaea *kʷetur-to-

Nomen adiectivum[+/-]

fourth

  1. quartus (-a, -um) || Qui tertium sequitur.
    1769: And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.
    (et vesper et mane fuerunt quartus dies) —Genesis 1:9 Versio Iacobi Regis
  2. Quadrantarius; de quarta.
    1769: I have here at hand the fourth part of a shekel of silver.
    (hic habeo in manu mea quartam partem sicli argentei) — I Samuelis 9:8 Versio Iacobi Regis

Nomen substantivum[+/-]

fourth (plur. fourths)

  1. quarta (-ae, fem.) || Quarta pars; quadrans.
  2. (musice) diatessaron (indecl., neut.) || Intervallum quinque semitoniorumperfect fourth, subdominant
  3. The Fourth(Civitates Foederatae) 4 Iulii, dies independentiae.

Adverbium[+/-]

fourth

  1. Quartus in ordine: John went third, and I went fourth.