Definition of tetradrachm
: an ancient Greek silver coin worth four drachmas
Origin of tetradrachm
Greek tetradrachmon, from tetra- + drachmē drachma
First Known Use: circa 1580
Rhymes with tetradrachm
aerogram, Amsterdam, anagram, Birmingham, Boulder Dam, cablegram, centigram, Christogram, chronogram, cofferdam, cryptogram, decagram, deprogram, diagram, diaphragm, epigram, fluid dram, giant clam, hard-shell clam, hexagram, histogram, Hohokam, hologram, kilogram, logogram, mammogram, milligram, Minicam, monogram, nomogram, oriflamme, pentagram, phonogram, pictogram, reprogram, Rotterdam, scattergram, self-exam, skiagram, soft-shell clam, sonogram, subprogram, telegram, thank-you-ma'am, tinker's damn, Uncle Sam
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