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quis quid, pron interrog.

2 CA- (only sing nom. m. and nom. and acc n.; the other forms are common with qui interrog; see 1 qui).—
I.I. Masc., who? which one? what man?.: Da Quis homo est? Pa . Ego sum, who is there? T.: quis clarior in Graeciā Themistocle? quis potentior?: quis primus Ameriam nuntiat?: Quis videor? Cha . miser aeque atque ego, whom do you think me? T.: quis sim, ex eo quem ad te misi, cognosces, S.: considera, quis quem fraudasse dicatur, who is said to have defrauded whom .—With a subst: quis enim dies fuit?: quis eum senator appellavit: Quis gracilis puer, H.: quae robora cuique, Quis color, V.: quisve locus, L.
II.II. Neut., what, what thing? : quid dieam de moribus facillimis: quid mulieris Uxorem habes? what sort of a woman? T.: quid caelati argenti, quid stragulae vestis, apud illum putatis esse? what amount? : sciturum quid eius sit, what there is in it .—In rhetorical phrases with dico, what do I say? (correcting, strengthening, or emphasizing a remark): Romae volumus esse. Quid dico? Volumus? Immo vero cogimur: quid dicimus?: quid dicas intellegis?

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