Answer: daily; trivial; commonplace
Word Origin Middle English: via Old French from Latin quotidianus earlier cotidianus from cotidie 'daily'.
Scrabble Points: 19
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Shakespeare's use doesn't make it clear that quotidian derives from a Latin word that means "every day." But as odd as it may seem Shakespeare's use of "quotidian" is just a short semantic step away from the "daily" adjective sense. Some fevers occur intermittently - sometimes daily.
15 synonyms of quotidian from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus plus 43 related words definitions and antonyms. Find another word for quotidian . Quotidian : often observed or encountered.
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Define quotidian . quotidian synonyms quotidian pronunciation quotidian translation English dictionary definition of quotidian . adj. 1. Everyday; commonplace ...
ordinary; commonplace: paintings of no more than quotidian artistry. (of a fever ague etc.) characterized by paroxysms that recur daily.
quotidian Our poetics of intermedia seem to be evolving toward finding the extraordinary in the quotidian. From the Cambridge ...