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quarterly
happening 4 times a year
tetrahedron
solid figure having four faces, as a pyramid
tetrapod
class of vertebrates having lungs and two pairs of limbs
pentagon
a place figure having 5 sides and 5 angles
pentathlon
an athletic contest consisting of five different events
quintet
group of five singers or players performing together
quintupet
one of five offspring born at the same time of the same mother
sextet
piece of music for 6 voices or instruments
sextuplet
one of six offspring born at the same time of the same mother
hexagon
a figure having six angles and six sides
hexapod
true insect; arthropod having six feet
September
the 7th month on the early Roman calendar
septet
piece of music for 7 voices or instruments
septennial
lasting seven years
octagon
a plane figure having eight sides and eight angles
October
the 8th month on the early Roman calendar
octopus
a sea mollusk having a soft body and eight arms
novel
of a new kind or nature
novelty
a new or unusual thing, such as toys, cheap jewelry, etc.
November
the 9th month on the early Roman calendar
novice
one who is new to what he is doing; beginner
decade
period of ten years
decathlon
track and field contest with 10 different events
December
the 10th month on the early Roman calendar
decimal
fraction, whose denominator is 10 or a multiple of 10, expressed by placing a point to the left of the numerator