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(not -cunque), quaecumque, quodcumque, pron rel., whoever, whatever, whosoever, whatsoever, every one who, everything that, all that : quicumque is est, whosoever: quoscumque de te queri audivi, quācumque potui ratione placavi, all I have heard complain I have satisfied in every possible way: petere fortunam, quaecumque accidat, what fortune soever, Cs.—In tmesi: Cum quibus erat cumque, eis sese dedere, T.: quam se cumque in partem dedisset.—As subst n., whatever, however much: quodcumque diceret: quaecumque ille fecisset: quodcumque est lucri, i. e. all the profit, Ph.: quodcunque hoc regni, all this authority, V.—When the relat. introduces successive clauses, only qui is repeated: quaecumque navis ex Asiā, quae ex Syriā, quae, etc.—In abridged clauses, any whatever, every: quae sanari poterunt, quācumque ratione sanabo (i. e. omni ratione, quaecumque erit): qui quācumque de causā ad eos venerunt, Cs.: quocumque modo, S.—Of quality, howsoever constituted, of whatever kind: quaecumque mens illa fuit, Gabini fuit.

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