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undĕ-cumque (undĕ-cunque ;
I.in tmesi: unde vacefit cumque locus,Lucr. 6, 1017), adv., from wherever, whencesoever, from what place or part soever (post-Aug.): “undecumque moti sunt (fluctus),Sen. Vit. Beat. 27, 3: “fluens sanguis,Plin. 27, 4, 5, § 18; cf.: “nec undecumque causa fluxit, ibi culpa est,Quint. 7, 3, 33: undecumque inceperis, ubicumque desieris, Plin. Ep. 9, 4, 2: “ignes transsiliunt protinus in naphtham undecumque visam,Plin. 2, 105, 109, § 235; Treb. Pol. Trig. Tyr. 22, 4.—With gentium: “undecumque gentium venissent,Vop. Firm. 14.
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