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tricentennial
every 300 years
trident
a three pronged spear or

having three prongs, teeth, or tines
triennial
occurring every three years
trinity
Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost- 3 divine persons in one

a combination or group of three things
tripartite
divided into three parts
triplex
triple, or threefold

something that has three parts, ie an apartment with three floors
triptych
triple painting or carving consisting of three panels hitched together
quadraphonic
sound from four directions
quadrennial
ocurring every four years
quadrille
a square dance performed by four couples or a game of cards played by four persons
quadripartite
to divide into four parts or made up of four parts
quarry
a place where stones are squared or cut into squares
quatrefoil
a flower with four petals
quarto
a page size obtained by folding one piece of paper into four parts
decagram
a metric unit of weight equal to 10 grams
Decalogue
The Ten Commandments
deciliter
metric measure equal to one tenth of a litre
decimeter
metric measure of length equal to one tenth of a meter
duodecimal
relating to or based on the number twelve ; proceeding by twelves
centavo
one hundredth of various monetary units
centenarian
one who is one hundred years old or older
centiliter
unit of metric measure equal to one hundredth of a liter
centime
one hundredth of any of various monetary units.. ie. French 100 centimes = one franc