Definition of Triduan

1. a. Lasting three lays; also, happening every third day.

Definition of Triduan

1. lasting three days [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Triduan

tridented
tridentlike
tridents
tridermic
tridermoma
tridiagonal
tridiagonalization
tridiapason
tridigitate
tridihexethyl chloride
tridimensional
tridimensionally
triding
tridings
tridirectional
triduan (current term)
triduum
triduums
tridymite
tridymites
tridymus
trie
tried
tried and true
tried on
tried out
triedral
trielcon
trielectronic
triene

Literary usage of Triduan

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1. The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Scotland from the Earliest Christian by David MacGibbon, Thomas Ross (1897)
"According to the legendary history of the Blessed Virgin triduan, ... triduan is said to have died at Restalrig in the year 510. A church can be traced here ..."

2. Minor Poets of the Caroline Period by George Saintsbury (1905)
"... self- Swallowing corruption : Sin's the wrack, they fly that elf, LXXXI Gloomier than west of death ; than north of night; Than nest of triduan blacks, ..."

3. The Scottish Historical Review by Company of Scottish History (1905)
"Moreover, we are told that ' Dean James procured from James the Fourth a bone of St. triduan Virgin and gave it to the altar': [This relic must have come ..."

4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1845)
"... and it may have been, and probably was, this uncertainty that determined M. Thiers' triduan retreat into the valley of Montmorency. ..."

5. The Gentleman's Magazine (1811)
"... no such Gener.il Regulations in Public Offices ; but to INDEX, who recommends a triduan Newspaper, " that there i> (or lately was) ju¬ęt what he w she*. ..."

6. Travels in North America During the Years 1834, 1835 & 1836: Including a by Charles Augustus Murray (1839)
"Accordingly, during the delivery of one of these triduan discourses, the Senate of the United States wears the appearance of an orderly well-regulated ..."

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