Definition of quisquis
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LEM
quisquis, quidquid
pronoun (indefinite (quisquis))
  1. whoever, whosoever, whatever, whatsoever, every one who, everything which
  2. whoever it be, every one, each, everything, anything
Abbreviations
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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