From Latin quādrīgae, literally "four yoked", from quattuor (“four”) + iugum (“yoke”).
quadriga (plural quadrigae or quadrigas)
- (historical) A Roman racing chariot drawn by four horses abreast.
- (historical) A team of four horses, or sometimes other animals, especially as used in chariot racing.
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