quam
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
quam ADV  in what manner, to what degree, how greatly, how, how much
ACC S F
qui PRON  who? which? what? what kind of a?
in what manner? how? whereby? by what means? why?
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: quam ADV
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
quam, Adv. (Akkusativform von qui, analog mit tam), auf welche Weise, wie, emphatischin welchem Grade, wie sehr, I) in der Korrelation: A) in Vergleichungen, a) in der Korrel. mit tam, s. tam. – m. ausgelassenem tam: homo non, quam isti sunt, gloriosus, Liv.: exibit quam (show full text)
quī,¹ quae, quod, I) Pron. interrog., welcher, welche, welches, welch, was für einer -eine, -ein (eig. adjektivisch, öfter aber auch substantivisch, jedoch so, daß qui nach Stand u. Charakter einer Person fragt, quis nach dem Namen), A) in direkter Rede: a) adi.: Th. Quis fuit igitur? (show full text)
quī,² (eig. alte Ablativform v. 1. qui, wie in quicum etc., s. 1. qui ), I) relat. wodurch, wovon, ut det, qui fiamus liberi, Plaut.: in tanta paupertate decessit, ut, qui efferretur, vix reliquerit, wovon er begraben werden konnte, Nep.: habeo, qui utar, Cic. – II) interrog.: (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
quam quam (archaic form quamde or quande: quamde pro quam usos esse antiquos, cum multi veteres testimonio sunt, tum Ennius ... et Lucretius (1, 640), Fest. p. 261 Müll.; cf. Enn. Ann. v. 29, and v. 139 Vahl. So, too, Naev. ap. Fest. s. v. topper, p. 352 (show full text)
qui, quī, adv. interrog., rel. and indef. [old abl. of 1. qui]. Interrog., in what manner? how? whereby? by what means? why? In direct questions: quī minus eadem histrioni sit lex quae summo viro? Plaut. Am. prol. 76: Quī, amabo? id. Bacch. 1, 1, 19: quī (show full text)
qui, qui, quae, quod (old forms: nom. quei; gen. quojus; dat. quoi, and in inscrr. QVOEI, QVOIEI, and QVEI; abl. qui; plur. ques or queis; fem. QVAI; neutr. qua; dat. and abl. queis and quĭs.—Joined with cum: quocum, quācum, quicum, quibuscum; rarely cum quo, Liv. 7, 33: cum (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
quam quam (quamde, quande), adv. I interrog.-exclamatif, 1 combien, à quel point, à quel degré : quam nihil non consideratum exibat ex ore ! Cic. Br. 265, comme rien qui ne fût réfléchi ne sortait de sa bouche ! comme tout ce qui sortait de sa (show full text)
quam multi quam multī, v. quam II 1.
quam plurimi quam plūrĭmī, etc., v. quam.
quam pridem quam prīdem, depuis combien de temps, v. pridem.
quam primum quam prīmum, aussitôt que possible, v. quam.
qui,¹ 1 quī, quæ, quŏd. I relatif, qui, lequel, laquelle, [ayant un antécédent exprimé ou s.-ent., avec lequel il s'accorde en genre et en nombre, et prenant d'autre part le cas voulu par le verbe de la proposition qu'il introduit et qui s'appelle prop. relative]. (show full text)
qui,² 2 quī (anc. abl. de quis), adv., 1 interrog., en quoi, par quoi, comment : [direct] Pl. Amph. 76 ; Bacch. 53 ; Mil. 277 ; Ter. Eun. 658 ; deus falli qui potuit ? Cic. Nat. 3, 76, comment Dieu pouvait-il se (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
quam quam adv. 1) (при возгласах и вопросах) как, до какой степени, насколько (q. diu? Pl etc.): q. multa q. paucis! C как много (сказано) в столь немногих (словах)!; q. nihili C до чего мало!; 2): q... (tam) как... так, насколько... настолько (non tam generosus, q. (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
QUAM, Sive, vel, veteri Interpreti S. Irenaei lib. 1. cap. 7. num. 4. et alibi, ubi Graecum ἤ perperam vertit per Quam, cum vertere debuisset per sive, vel, aut.
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
qui, quae, quod welcher, welche, welches: actus enim, qui est agentis ut a quo (als desjenigen, von welchem), est patientis ut in quo (als desjenigen, in welchem), cg. II. 16; intellectus possibilis (→ intellectus sub c) est, quo est omnia fieri, agens (≈) vero, quo est omnia facere (καὶ (show full text)