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  • n. The property of being four in number.


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four +‎ -ness


  • However once it starts to do that the very 'Radio-fourness' of it is going to get diluted, suddenly it will start to sound like much of the BBC's local radio output - all very worthy but lacking somehow.

    A cool Radio 4? What a turn-off | Victoria Coren

  • Mayan metaphysics mirrored what Jung has called the element of “fourness,” or quaternity, that seems to be so prominent an aspect of the life of the unconscious collective landscape across various cultures (op.cit. at 62).

    The Hero Myth in Maya Art & Culture

  • Connect with the fourness dimension of your soul as you warm yourself by the sacred fire.

    As above, so below: Tel Shemesh | Jewschool

  • Mklikluln stretched the new arms and legs (the fourness of the body, the two-sidedness, the overwhelming sexuality of it all were amazing, all were delightful) and walked around his little spacecraft.

    Flux Tales of Human Futures

  • In addition to being a psychic reference to the element of fourness, Christenson’s observations also indicate another aspect of the twin nature of the Maya worldview: co-essence.

    The Hero Cycle in Maya Myth & Culture


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