quis
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
2 S PRES IND ACT
queo V  to be able, can
NOM S F | NOM S M
quis PRON  who? which one?
any one, anybody, anything, some one, somebody, something
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: quis PRON
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
queo, īvī u. iī, itum, īre (Anom.), können, vermögen = in der Lage sein (während posse = die Kraft haben, imstande sein), gew. mit der Negation, non queo (bes. bei Cic., der nie in der ersten Person nequeo sagt), quantum queam od. queat, Ter.: ut quimus aiunt, (show full text)
quīs,³ = quibus, s. 1. qui.
quis,¹ quid, Pron. interrog., I) in der direkten Frage: A) subst. = wer? was? quis clarior Themistocle? Cic.: cuius es? wem gehörst du an? Ter.: quis homo est? wer da? Ter.: quis tu? wer da? Cic.: ebenso als Femin., quis illaec est, quae lugubri succincta est (show full text)
quis,² qua od. quae, quid, Pronom. indef., irgendeiner, irgendwer, irgend etwas (oft auch durch man zu geben), bes. nach si, nisi, nam, ne etc., I) subst.: potest quis, cum divinationem habeat, errare aliquando, Cic.: si quis quid rumore acceperit, uti ad magistratum deferat nec cum quo (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
queo, quĕo, īvi and ii, ĭtum, v. n. etym. dub.; cf. Sanscr. ?*!vay āmi, am strong or able, to be able, I (thou, he, etc.) can (class.; esp. freq. with a negation; Cic. does not use nequeo in the first pers. sing.; for a full account of the (show full text)
quis, quīs, for quibus, v. quis and qui.
quis, quis, quid (old nom. plur. QVES, S. C. Bacch.), pron. interrog. [Sanscr. kis, in nakis = nemo; Gr. τίς ], who? which? what? what man? (while qui, quae, quod, interrog. is used adject.; for exceptions, v. qui and infra.—Quis is properly used only of more than two; (show full text)
quis,² quis, quid, pron. indef. As subst. Alone, any one, any body, any thing; some one, somebody, something: aperite, heus! Simoni me adesse, quis nunciate, Plaut. Ps. 5, 1, 37: simplicior quis, et est, etc., Hor. S. 1, 3, 63: quantum quis damni professus erat, Tac. (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
queo quĕō, īvī et ĭī, ĭtum, īre, pouvoir, être en état de, [employé surtout avec une nég.] : [avec inf.] barbari quidam ferro decertare acerrume possunt, ægrotare viriliter non queunt Cic. Tusc. 2, 65, des barbares peuvent se battre à outrance le fer à la main, et ils (show full text)
quis,¹ 1 quĭs, quĭd [v. ce mot] : 1 pron. interrog. [direct et indir.], qui : a) [subst.] quis clarior in Græcia Themistocle ? Cic. Læl. 42, qui en Grèce fut plus illustre que Thémistocle ? quis illæc est mulier ? Pl. Epid. 533, qui est cette (show full text)
quis,² 2 quīs, dat.-abl. pl. arch. de qui, v. qui →.
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
queo queo, quivi (quii), itum, ire мочь, быть в состоянии : mens non quit sentire dolorem Lcr (в пылу сражения) сознание не в состоянии ощущать боль; forma in tenebris nosci non quita est Ter в темноте нельзя было распознать внешность.
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
quis, quid a) wer, was: definitio ostendit de aliquo quid est, 2 anal. 2 l; non generatur simpliciter, nisi quid, id est existens in genere substantiae, 1 gener. 6 g; vgl. ib. 7 b; quid quandoque quaerit de natura, quam significat definitio; ut cum quaeritur quid est homo, et (show full text)