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### Definition of Tetragrams

**1.** tetragram [n] - See also: tetragram

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### Literary usage of Tetragrams

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *Mathematical Questions and Solutions* by W. J. C. Miller (1871)

"... circumscribing the triangles formed by 4 lines meet in a point, and that the
points so belonging to the 5 **tetragrams** formed by 5 lines lie in a circle. ..."**2.** *An Elementary Treatise on Modern Pure Geometry* by Robert Lachlan (1893)

"If five **tetragrams** be formed by excluding in succession each of five given lines,
show that the five lines which bisect the diagonals of these ..."**3.** *Chapters on the Modern Geometry of the Point, Line, and Circle: Being the* by Richard Townsend (1865)

"... inscribed and of **tetragrams** ex- scribed to circles, the general properties
established for all ..."**4.** *The Message from the King's Coffer* by Ronald Temple (1920)

"This sameness of the Female figures in both **tetragrams** of any one word, however,
is the reason for the symbolic mythology of Egyptian Masonry. ..."**5.** *The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General* (1890)

"... t.;'- cially the Renaissance, introduced new subtleties into th« u" logical
branch of alchemy — **tetragrams**, ..."**6.** *The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General* by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)

"... analogous direction, medievalism, and more especially the Renaissance, introduced
new subtleties into the astrological branch of alchemy — **tetragrams**, ..."**7.** *Unicorns* by James Huneker (1917)

"Spheres, planes, cones, circles, spirals, **tetragrams**, pentagrams, ellipses, and
what-not. A cubistic universe. Xenophanes said that God is a sphere. ..."**8.** *Unicorns* by James Huneker (1917)

"Spheres, planes, cones, circles, spirals, **tetragrams**, pentagrams, ellipses, and
what-not. A cubistic universe. Xenophanes said that God is a sphere. ..."