Definitions for quadrumane
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An animal having four hands and feet with opposable digits, specifically a member of the now obsolete order of mammals Quadrumana, comprising all non-human primates; a primate.
Pertaining to such an animal; quadrumanous; loosely, "ape-like".
Origin: From quadrumane, from quadrumanus.
one of the Quadrumana
Origin: [L. quattuor four + manus a hand: cf. F. quadrumane.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kwod′rōō-mān, n. one of the Quadru′mana, an order of mammalia having four hands, or four feet, with an opposable thumb—also Quad′ruman.—adj. Quadru′manous, having four hands. [L. quatuor, four, manus, a hand.]
The numerical value of quadrumane in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of quadrumane in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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