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triplicity

noun tri·plic·i·ty \tri-ˈpli-sə-tē, trī-\
plural tri·plic·i·ties

Definition of TRIPLICITY

1
:  one of the groups of three signs each distant 120 degrees from the other two into which the signs of the zodiac are divided —called also trigon
2
:  the quality or state of being triple or threefold

Origin of TRIPLICITY

Middle English triplicite, from Late Latin triplicitas condition of being threefold, from Latin triplic-, triplex
First Known Use: 14th century

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