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quis-quis quicquid (quidquid) and (adj.) quodquod (rare, except in sing. nom. and abl. m, and nom. acc. and abl. n

), pron. rel. indef, whoever, whosoever, whatever, whatsoever, every one who, everything which: Quin spolies quemquem nacta sis, T.: hostem qui feriet, erit mihi Carthaginiensis, Quisquis erit, Enn. ap. C.: quicquid animo cernimus, id omne oritur a sensibus: quoquo consilio fecit, with whatever design: quoquo tempore conspectus erat, at what time soever: deorum quisquis amicior Afris, H.: At o deorum quicquid in caelo regit, all ye gods who, H.: per quidquid deorum est, by all the gods, L.: quicquid malefici erit: Quisquis honos tumuli, quidquid solamen humandi est, v.—Whoever it be, every one, each, everything, anything: quatenus quicquid se attingat, perspicere (i. e. quatenus quid, quicquid est, attingat): liberos suos quibusquibus Romanis mancipio dabant, all Romans whoever they may be, L.

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