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quis-nam (quis nam) or (adj.quīnam quaenam, quidnam or

adj.) quodnam, pron. interrog, who then? who in the world? which, I insist? what, pray? (more pressing than quis): Quod nam ob factum, T.: quisnam igitur tuebitur P. Scipionis memoriam? cuinam mirum videretur?: Numquid nam amplius tibi cum illā fuit? pray had you nothing further to do with her? T.: num quisnam praeterea? nemo est, anybody else: num quidnam novi? is there anything new?—In indirect questions: reviso, quid nam Chaerea hic rerum gerat, T.: exspectabam quinam testes dicerentur: miserunt Delphos consultum, quidnam facerent de rebus suis, N.: controversias habere, quinam anteferretur (i. e. uter), Cs.

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