Definition of tetragram in English:

tetragram

Syllabification: tet·ra·gram
Pronunciation: /ˈtetrəˌɡram
 
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noun

A word consisting of four letters or characters.
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  • But around 300 BC, still worried about taking God's name in vain, they began even substituting these tetragrams with the word, Adhonai, which simply means Lord.
  • Yes, the latest issue of WordWays, the oddest journal on the planet, announces that computer-aided searches of the OED have found 523 of the 625 vowel tetragrams.

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