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Patridus, a, um. adj.Totten, strous serpent, t'prophsy. , Quadrataryus, i. m. 2. a corrupt

ing spirit, person possesso stone curier Putris, e. adj. rotten, narty, ed with such a spirit Quadıāte, adv, in form of a Aithy, uantos

Pythonissa, æ. f.nl woman square Putror, oris, m. 3. rotten. inspired with prophecy Quadratyo, õnis. f. 3. a

Pythonissa, æ. f. 1. a 20 sting Patus, a, um. adj. fined, man possessed with a pro-Quadratum, i. n. 2. a square

pure, without mixture phesying spirit, priestess Quadratūra, æ. f.1.1 quadPutus, i. m. 2. a buy, a Pyxacāntha, 'æ. f. 1. bux. rature, the squaring of minion thorn

any thing, quate Pycta,æ. vel Pyctes,æ. m. 1. Pyxidātus, a, um, adj. made | Quadrātus, a, um. pt. & adj; a boxer, champion, fight. like at hox

squared, Joursuite, well ing-cock

Pyxidicůla, æ, f. 1. a galli. set, well made, or jush. Pyctale certamen, a box pot

ioned Pyxis, Ydis. f. 3. a bor, a Quadriceni, æ, adj. pl. forty Pyctomăchus, i. m. id. qu. gallipot

Quadriceps, ipitis. adj. have Pycta

ing four heads, having Pyra, æ, f. 1. the buttocks

font tous Pygargus, i, m. 2. & toe.

Quadiydens, tis, adj. having buck, a puttock

your teeth Pygmæus, um. adj.

Quadriennium, i. 2. duo itfish

four years Pylm, æ, f. 1. a gate, strait Quady, where, which

way, by what wony, or Quadrifarlam, adv. four

method, or what place, 101y, in cu Jour prints Pyra, æ. f.1. a funeral pile, wherevrt, as far as, as

Quadrifariter, adv. idein bonfire

Quacunque, adv, which way Quadritidus, a, um. adj. Pyramidātus, a, um. adj. suever, by what place so. clefi, divided, or dividing futmed like a pyramid, ever, withetsoever

into four parts pointed at the top Quadantēnus, adv. in some Quadriduryus, a, um. adj. Pyramis, Ydis. f. 3. a pyra neisure

Tunning into four veins, mid, I spire

Quadra, æ. f. 1. a square, or dirisions Pyraūsta, æ. m. 1. a fire. squnte trencher, square Quadriforis, e. adj. having

(or stone

piece, the square at the Jour holes Pyren, ēnis. m. 3. a kernel, bottom of a pillar Quadrifrons, tis. adj. four. Pyrethrum, i. n. 2. wild Quadragenartus, a, um. adj. frontedan ephitet of pellitury

of forty

Janus Pyrgus, 1. m. 2. a tower, Quadragēni, æ, a, adj. pl. Quarriga, e. f. 1. a cart: dice.box forty

or chariot drawn with Pyrites, v. m. 1. a marci. Quadragesima, æ. f. 1. the fuur horses,

horses or site, or fire-stone, thun.

Jortieth part, the time of other things that are der stone, millstone Lent, Lent

four of a sort Pyrītis, Ydis. f. 3. ! preci. Quadragesimālis, e, adj. of QuadrigarYus, a, um, adj. Ons stone, which, held Lent

of, or belonging to a hard, burueth the fingers Quadragesimus, a, um. adj. a chariot, or charioteer Pyroboli, orum. pl. m. 2. forticth

Quadrigarius, i. m. .. fireballs, squibs, crackers Quadrages,adv. forly times

chartteer Pyrocorax, acis. m. 3. a Quadraginta, adv. iudecl. Quadrigātus, a, um, adj. crow with red feet pl. joriy

marked, or stainped with Pyrõpus, i, m. 2. a carbur. Quadrangulāris,

adj. al chariot cle, an opal, a metal

qundurgular

Quadrigeminus, a, um. adj. Pyrrhicha, æ. 1. 1. a danc. Quadrangulus, a, um. adj. juurdunible ing in urmour, su ord.

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QuadriyeuarTus, a, um. adj. dunre

Quadralis, tis. m. 3. a RoPyrrhichYus, i, m. a foot of coin wurth nearly Quadrigeni, æ, a. adj. four 110 shurt syllables

our halfpenry, the Jourth hundred Pyrum, i. n. 2. a peut

part of anything, a guurQuadrigüla, æ. f. l, a lit. Pyrus, i, f. 2. pent-tree ter, a quadrant, a gill

tle chariot Pythagles, æ, m. l. a plny- Quadrántal, alis. n. 3. a Quadrijūgis, e. adj. of a er on a birkpipe

square figure, a vessel of chariot with four horses 3 Pythya, örum. pl. n. games nine gallons

subst. jour horses hatinstituted in honour of Quadrautālis, e, adj. four nessed together Apollo fingers thick

Quadrijăgus, a, um. adj. Pythicus, a, um, adj. be- Quadrantartus, a, um. adj. drawn by four hors: longing to Apollo, ora. belonging to, or bought Quadrilatěr us, a, um, adj. rular

for a furthing (square quadrilateral, of fons Python, Onis. m. 3. a mnon. Quadraryus, a, um. adj. four

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Quadrilibris, 6. adj. weigh. | Quadruplico, are, act. 1. 15 gain thereby ing four pounds

multiply four timci, to Quæstuose, adv. with gan Quadrimănus, a, um. qundruple

Quæstuosus, a, um, adj. Quadrimaais, e. adj. hav- Quadruplo, adv. four times gainful, profitable, Incre. ing four hands as much

live greedy, careful Quadrimātus, us. m. one Quadruplos, äri. dep. 1. to Quæstūra, æ, f. 1. the uffice of four years

inform against a man in of a questor Quadrimestris, e adj. of order to huve the fourth Quæstus, m.

gain, four months purt of his goods

profit, lucre, advantage, Quadrimŭlus, a, um. adj. Quadruplum, i. 1. 2. four

trade nearly, or almost fuur fold

Qualibet, adj. any way vears old

Quadruplus, um. adj. Quālis, e. adj. of what Quadrimus, um. adj. quadruple, fourfold, four manner, of what kind, Jou+ years old times as much

such as, like as, as Quadringenaryos, a, um. Quadrus, a, um. adj. four Qualiscũnque, lecanque, adj. that containeth four square

adj. whatsoever, hnudred men

Quærito, āre. act. 1. to seck, ever, such as it is Quadringēni, Quadrin to inquire diligently Qualisibet, adv. what yos

gentēni, æ. a. adj. pl. fuur Quæro, rěre, æsivi, usītum. Qualisqualis, e. adj. be it hundred

act. 3. to seek, search, or what it will Quadringentesimus, a, um. look for, ask, inquire, or Qualitas, ātis. f.3.a quality,

adj. the guur hundredth make inquiry, consider, manner, sort, fashion, Quadringenti, æ, a. adj. pl. or dispute, want, aim at, condition, or nature four hundred

get, or acquire, conquer, Qualiter, adv. like as, a QuadringentYes, adv. Jour or subdue, cause, or excite how

(sorter hundred tires

Quæsitio, õnis. f. 3. un in- Qualitercūnque, adv. huwQuadriuus, a, un. adj. quiry

Qualůbet, adv. any way. four, quartan

Quæsitor, oris. m. 3. an Quālus, i, m.e twig basket, Quadripartito, adv. in four inquisitor, or examiner of work.basket, hen-coep piirts

capital offences, judge, colander, hud Quadripartitus, a, um, pt. provost

Quan, conj. vel ads. hou? divided into four parts Quæsitam, i. n. 2. an in how! than, very, very Quadrirēmis, is. f. 3. a quiry, u question, a thing much, very greatly, as galley with your banks of gotten

much

as, as long as, Ours

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well-as. Quà-tàn, where your ways ineet, sought for, asked, in

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more-the more. four ways

quired into, or about, Quàm mox? how soon? Quadro, are, act. 1. to wanted, gotten, obtained, how long till? Priùs

square; heut. to agree, affected, studied, exquisite quàm, quàm-priùs, ee. suit, be fit Quæsitus, us, m. 4. a seck

Jure Quadrula, æ, f. 1. a little ing, or asking

Quandyu, adı, how long square

Quæso, verb. defect to seek, until, as long as Quadrum, i. n. 2. a square beseech, pray, desire, ge! Quamdūdum, adv. how long figure, a square, a square Quæsticŭlus, I. m. 2.

ago pane of glass

tie profit

Quanbet, adv. as you will, Quadrupedans, tis. adj. Quæsilo, onis. f. 3. a ques. although, albeit

prancing, galloping, tion, doubt, or debate, Quamobrem, adv. where four-footed

case, inquiry, examina. fore? why? fur which Quadrupedus, a, um. adj. tion by torture

Teason haviag four feet

Quæstiuncůla, æ. f. 1. a lit. Quamplurimus, a, um, adj. Quadrúpes, ēdis. adj. hav ile doubt

very much ing your feet

Quæstor, oris. m. 3. a ques. Quampridem, adv. hou Quadrūpes. ēdis. m. 3. a tor, treasurer, paymaster, long since horse, ltern in fem. $ judge

Quumprimum, adv. very neut. gen. a quadruped, Quæstoryum, i. n. 2. & ques shorily, by and by, as any beast, or cattle

tor's tent, exchequer, 30on as possible Quadruplātor, oris. m. 3. a treasury

Quamvis, conj. although, giver, or receiver of four. Quæstorfus, i. m. 2. an ex albeit, very inuck, great joid, public informer treasurer

er, neUCT SO Quadruplex, Ycis. adj. four. Quæstoryus, a, um, adj. be. Quandya, adv. vide Quamdia

yold (quadrupling longing to the questor, of Quando, adv, wher? when, Quadruplicatio, onis. f. a that office, or dignity

at what tirne, ai, since, Quadruplicato, adv. four Quæstuarius, a, um. adj. seeing that 4 so much

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Quandoque, adv. one lime, Quaquavērsum, & Quaqua. , Quaterdecres, adv, forty

other, when socvet, vērsus, adv. on every tines after some time, in time, side, on every way

Quaterdēni,æ. adj. pl. forly sometimes, now and then Quare, Adv. wherefore, Quaternarfus, a, um. adj. Quandoquidem, conj. jur. why? for which reason, of four usmuch as, seeing that, to the end that

QuaternarYus, i. m. 2. the since, because, whereas Quartadecumānus, i, m. 2. number of four Quanquam, conj. although, a puldiet of the four-Quatērni, æ, a. adj. pl. albeit, however, how teenth legion

four inuch soever

Quartāna, æ. f. l. a quar- Quarternyo, onis. m. 3. the Quanti, gen. as much as, of

tan ague

number four, a quatre how great consequence, Quartanaryus, a, um, adj. at dice, &c. a file, for how much? at what of a fourth

guard of four soldiers tate?

Quartani, orum. pl. m. 2. Quatinus, conj. vide QuaQuantillum, adv, how lit soldiers of the fourth tenus iles

legion

Quatro, těre, assi, Assum. Quautillus, a, um. adj. how Quartānus, a, um, adj. of a. 3. to shake, move, very lille the fourth

brandish, thrust, or drive, Quantisper, adv. as long as Quartarrain, i, n. 2. A quar disturb, batter Quantitas, ätis. f. 3. quan ter

Quatidio, adv.

in fout tiry

Quartaryus, i. m. 2. a quart days Quanto, adv. by how much. Quartāta

vērba,

words Quatridňum, i. n. 2. space Quantò diutiùs, the long spoken faintly

of four days Quarticeps, ypis. adj. hav- Quatuor, adj. pl. indecl. Quantopěre, adv. how

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greatly Quarto, adv. fourthly Quatuordecies, adv. Jou. Quantulum, i. n. 2. how Quartum, adv. the fourth Quatuorděcim, adj. pl. ind. little, or much, as much, time

fourteen or fur as

Quartus, a, um, adj. the Quatuorvirātus, us. m. 4. Quantulumcūnque, n. how fourth

the office of four ruling little sucuet, ever 'so lit. Quartusdecymus, a,

together tle

adj. the fourteenth Quatuorviri, orum. pl. m. 2. Quautalus, a, um, adj. how Quasi, adv. & conj. as if, four surveyors little

as it were, as though, as, Que, conj. and, also, for, Quantuluscūnque, adj. how in a manner, almost, seeing that,forasmuch as,

little soever, ever so lit. nearly, of the same inn or, Que-que, buth- and tle

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Quiscum, pro Quibuscum Quantum, i. n.

2. how Quasillarla, æ, f. 1. a bas. Quemadmodum, adv. after much, how great, so much kel-wornan

what sort, or manner, as, what an advantage! Quasillum, i. n. $ Quasil how! how? by what Quantum, adv. as far as,

lus, i. m. 2. basket, means? like as as much as pannier; a slave

Quěo, ivi, itum. n. 4. to be Quantumcunque, adv. as QuassabYllis, e, adj. to be able, to inay, or can much as shaker

Quěor. iri, itus sum. d. 4. Quantimvis,conj.although. Quassabūndus, a, um, adj. to be able albeit, never so much, shaking

Quercētum, i. n. a grove howcvet, very

Quassatyo, önis. f. 3. shakQuantus, a, um. adj, how ins, & shake

Quercěus, a, um, adj. of great, how much, how Quassatūra, æ. f. 1. a shak Oak

(an oak inny! how fine! how ing

Quercicus, a, um, adj. of bravel as much as Quasso, are. act. 1. to Quercus, us. f. 4. an ouk Quantuscunque, acunque, shake, brandish, shutter, Querēla, æ. f. 1. a com umcunque. adj. how greut endanger

plaint, lamenting, wait or little socver

Quāssus, a, um. pt. of qua ing, wntoling, suund Quantuslibet, albet, umly. tio

Queribùndus, a, um. adj, bet. adj. how great Quässus, us. m. 4, a shak. complaining soever, nevet so great ing

Querimonia, &. f. 1. a coinQuantusquantus, a, um. Quatefacio (quatio, facio), plaint adj. how great soever,

căre, fēci, factum. act. 3. Qaerneus, a, um, adj. of all over to cause to shake

oak Quantūsvis, avis, umvis.adj. Quatēnus, adv. us far as, Quērnus, a, um, adj. of an as & eat as you like

how long, how far; conj. odk, oaken Quapropter, adv. vel conj. forasmuch as, seeing thui, Quěror, ri, questus, sum. wherefore, why? Jor since

dep. 3. to compiain, 24 which reason (ever Quiter, ads, four times, ment, bewal, Quaqua, ady, what way so. very often

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Querquedüla, æ. f. 1. a real thing?

(so? trates, or commissionmi, Querquěra, æ, f. l. a cold Quidum, adv. why som hou that were jointly in office fit

Qules, ētis. f. 3. Test, ease, for the ordering of reli. Querquěrus, &, um. adj. leisure, inactivity, peace, gious affairs cold, chill

Tespite, private lije, ceas Quindecimviralis, e, adj. of Qaerquetulănus, a, um, adj. ing from, end, sleep, the quindecimviri corered with oak

dream. In plut. Quietes, Quindéni, e, a. adj. pl. ff. Querquétum, i, n. 2. a grode resting-places, caves

teen

(besida of unks

Quiescentia, æ. f. 1. quies. QuinetYam, conj. moteoret, Querålus, a, um, adj. que. rence, state of rest Quivgenartus, a, um, adj.

Tuluus, inournjul, creak-Quiesco, věre, ēvi. neut. $ five hundred (eeni ing, croaking, warbling, rund act. 3. to be quiet, Quingeni, æ. a. pro Quin.

in usical, loud, shrill calm, or sill, rest, take Quingeutēni, æ, &. adj. fist Questio, onis. I. 3. a com rest, or sleep, hold one's hundred

plaining, or inoaning, peace, let alone, be abated, Quingentesimus, a, um, adj. complaint (questus be, or stand neuter

the rue hundredik Questus, a, um, pt. of Quiēte, adv, quietly, pence. Quingenti, æ. a. adj. pl Questus, us.

coin ably, easily, contentedly, five hundred plain!, muan

without noise

Quingentes, adv. five hun Qui, quæ, quod. pron. who Quietūrus, a, um, pt. that dred times (& in obliquis, whom), will be at peace

Quini, æ, a. adj. pl. five which, thur, whú? what Quieto, äre. act. 1. to calon Quinimo, conj. yea, and what kind of person, be. Quiētus, a, um. adj. ¢ pt. what is more cause, seeing that, any, of quiesco, quiet, catın, Quinisco, cěre, quesi. A. & every one, all, whether; still, penceable, at rest, to mod in abl. qui, in which, by ease, or leisure, free from Quinquagepartus, which, anything

care, or trouble, tume, adj. nisiy years old, corQui, adv. how, by what tractable, contented, un tnining fifty means, why

concerned

Quinquagêni, æ, &. adj. pl. Qula, conj. cum indic. $ Quilibet, quælibet, quodly Quinquagesimus, a, um, adj.

subj. because, forusmuch bet, pron, whosoevar will, the fifiieth as, for that

it maketh no matter who, Quinquagles, adv. Aty Quidnamn, adv. why? where. any one, whatever he, or times Jure

it be, as much as you Quinquaginta, adj. indecl. Quišne, adv. is it because ? please

I five years pl. fifty Quicquam, n. anything Quimātus, us. m. 4. age of Quinquatrla, Orum. & iom, Quicque, vel quidque, n. Quin, adv. & conj. why not? pl. n. Quinquatriæ, árum. every thing

bui, but that, ay, and f. & Quinquatrus, uum. !. Quicquid, n. whatsoever more than that, yet, for u jeast in honour of NiQuicum, pro cum quo, with all that, therefore, nay nerea for five days whom, with whom with Quinaryus, a, um, adj. con- Quinque, adj. indecl. pl. which taining five

five

(cinquefuil Quicunque, quæcunque, Quinarius, I. m. 2. five, Quinquefolium, 'i. n. 2.

quodcunque, pron, who Rumon silver coin worth Quinquelibrális, e. adj. of suever, whatsoever, every five 3308

five pounds weight, merin suever, Quincunciālis, e. adj. of five pounds how great soever

fve inches, ordered by the Quinquemestris, e. adj. five Quid, 11. substantive posit. quincunx

months old what, uhnt sort of uny Quincūnces usuræ, usury Quinquennalis, e. adj. lasi. thing, how many? hore of five in the hundred ing five years, every fifth great! why? hur? Quincunx, cis. m. 3. five

year Quidam, quædam, quoddam ounces, five inches, hall Quinquēnnis, e. adj. fiue

& quiddam, pron. one, a pint, an interest at five years old, of five years

Such an une, suine one per cent., a position of Quinqueunyum, i, n. 2. the Quidem, adv. Truly, indeed, five trees

space of fire yents tvo, also, at least, how Quincupčdal, alis. n. 3. vel Quinquepartito, adv. in five anet, but, even

Quincupěda, æ. f. 1. a parts Quidnam, n. what? how? measure of five feet Quinqucpartītus, a, um, adj. Quidni, adv. what else? Quincŭplex, Ycis. adj. five divided into five parts why not?

joid

(weight Quinqueprimi, orum. pl. m. Quidpiam, cujuspiam. n. Quincūssis,is.m. five pounds 2. the fine first men something

Quindecies, adv. fifte Quinqueremis, is, f. 3. a Quidque, vel Quicque, cu.

times

(fifteen galley with five oars in a jusque, n. every thing Quinděcim, adj. indecl. pt. seat quid, n. whatsoever Quindecimvir, Yri. is, cujusvis, u.uny

m. 2. Quinquertrom, i. n. 2. $ one of the futeen magis. Quinquertius, i. n. 2. the

our, how

any thing

Ane principal games in kind, or manner of, some , Quodvis, cujusvis, pron. 2. The Olypies, viz. hurling one, whether > either the quoit, running, leap Quisnam, quænam, quod - Quoi, pro Cui, Pinut. ing, throwing the durt, nam, prou. who > which ? Quominus, adv. Quominus and restling whai what

bæ fierent nuptiæ, that Quinquěvir. īri. m. 2. one of Quispiam, quæpiam, quid. not, Ter. five cuminissioners

piam, vel quidpiam, pron. Quomodo, adv. after which Quinquevirātus, us. m. 4. somebody, or thing, a fashion, or manner, by the office of five in like certain person

inhat means, how, how ! authority Quisquam, quæquam, quid.

how? 8

(surver Quinquies, adv. five years quam,

vel quicquam. Quomodocunque, adv. howQuintndecumāni, orum. pl. pron, any one, any body, Quomodonam, adv. how I m. 2. soldiers of the fij. or person, any thing pray you teenth legion

Quisque, quæque, quodque, Quonam, adv. to what place, Quintani, örum. pl. m. 2.

pron. every man, every

whither? soldiers of the fijih legion one, every thing, whu Quondam, adv. in time prist, Quintānis, adv. at every 80ever, whatsoever, each furmerly, herelojore, fijih plnice

Quisquilfæ, árum. pl. f. 1. soinetimes, in time to conne, Quintālus, a, um. adj. fifth the sweepings, or refuse wher unce, when soever in order

of any thing, scum of Quoufam, conj. since that, Quintaryus, a, um, adj. of the people, tools

since, beenuse the filth

Quisquillum, i. n. 2. a scar. Quopiam, adv, any whither Quinticeps, ipytis. adj. of

let berry

Quoquam, adv. any whither the fifth head

Quisquis, m. $ f. pron. Quoque, conj. also, likewise Quintilis, is. m. 3. the

whosoever,

whoever, Quoquo, auv. toward what month of July

whatsoever, any one part socver, whitherto. Quinto, adv. fijthly. Quitas, a, um. pt. possible ever Quintum, adv. The fifth Quivis. quævis, quidvis, vel Quoquomodo, adv. in any time

quodvis, pron, whosoever, toise, howsoever it be, by Quintuplex, Ycis. adj. five

any one

all means jeld

Quo, adv. & conj. whither ? Quoquovērsum $ QuoquoQuintus, a, um. adj. the to what place? by how vērsus, adv. every way, fijih

much, that, to the end on every side, on all sides, Quintusdecimus, um. that, because, for which all around adj. the fifteenth

cause, or reason, to what Quorsum. adv. whither, to. Quintussis, is. m. five purpose

wird what place, how pounds weight

Quðnd, adv. as long as, far, on what side, to what Quinus, a, um. adj. five, five whilst, how long ? how end, intent, or purpose by five

soon as much as, as far Quorsus, adv. to u nich side, Quipote, adv. how can that as, as to, with respect to, to what issue, how, the be? until

same wony as Quippe, adv. for, because, Quoadūsque, adv. so far as, Quot, adj. indecl. pl. how jutasinuch as, as one, u as longus

many; how many 30 being, to wit, that is tu Quocirca, conj. wherefore, IN ny as, every say, surely, yea

therefore

Quotannis, adv. yearly, Quippini, adv. why not? Quocum, pron. abl. with every year Quirinālis, e. adj. Quirinal, whorn

Quotcalēndis, adv, the Arst Ruman

Quocūnque, adv. whither. day of every month Quirinus, i, m. e name of

Quotcunque, adj. ind. pl. Rumulus

Quod, cūjus. pron. n. subs. how muny suever Quiris, is. f. 3. & spear, a posit. which thing, all Quoiēni, æ, a. adj. pl. how juvelin that, for which, in which many

(daily Quris, itis. m. 3. a citizen account

Quotidiano, adv. every day, of Rome Qood, pro Quoàd

Quotidianus, a, um. adj. QuiritatYo, onis. f. 3. a call. Quod, conj. that, because, daily, ordinary, cummun, ing for help

as, forasinuch as, where. usual Qairitátus, us. m. wailing, as, in that, since, but Quotidie, adv, daily, every

moanine, cry, cry furQuodammodo, adv. in some day help, complaint

Quotidyo, are. act. to do Quirites, um. $ ium. pl. m. Quodcunque, pron. n. what. daily 3. the citizens, or com.

Qaoties, adv. as often as, mons of Rume

Quodpiam,cajūspiam, pron. how often? (often as Quirito, åre. A. 1. to cry for 01. any thing, sunething. Quotiescunque, adv. as help

Aliquod quodpiam, mem. Quotlibet, adj. indecl. pl. Quis, quæ, quid, rel quod. brum, some certain mein. how many soever pron. who which? what

ber, or part, Cic. Quotmensibus,adv.monthly

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