noun \ˈtri-vē-əm\

Definition of TRIVIUM

:  a group of studies consisting of grammar, rhetoric, and logic and forming the lower division of the seven liberal arts in medieval universities — compare quadrivium

Origin of TRIVIUM

Medieval Latin, from Latin, meeting of three ways, crossroads
First Known Use: 1647


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