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quī-vīs quaevīs, quidvīs and

adj.) quodvīs, pron. indef, whoever it be, whom you please, any one, any whatever, anything: quivis liber debet esse: esse cuiusvis (civitatis): ad quemvis numerum equitum adire, Cs.: quaevis amplificationes, all sorts of: unus amet quāvis aspergere cunctos (sc. ratione), H.: Abs quivis homine beneficium accipere, T.: Eripiet quivis oculos citius mihi, H. —With unus, any one you please, any one whatever: una harum quaevis causa me monet, T.: non quivis unus ex populo, sed existimator doctus. —As subst n., anything whatever, no matter what: cui quidvis licitum sit: quidvis satis est, H.

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