quo
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
ABL S M | ABL S N
qui PRON  in what manner? how? whereby? by what means? why?
ABL S F
quis PRON  who? which one?
any one, anybody, anything, some one, somebody, something
quo ADV  where, in what place, in what situation
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: qui PRON:REL
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
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)
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)
quō, Adv. (urspr. quoi, Dat. u. Abl. des Neutr. quod u. quid), I) indef.: A) örtlich, irgendwohin, si quo erat prodeundum, Cic.: ne quo incĭderem, Cic. – B) modal, irgendwie, si quo intentius possit, Liv. 4, 1, 5: si quo usui esse posset, Liv. 40, 26, 8. – (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
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)
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)
quo, quō, adv. prop. dat. or abl. of qui. Where (rare but class.): respondit, se nescire, quo loci esset, Cic. Att. 8, 10: quo loci illa nasceretur, id. Div. 2, 66, 135: mitte sectari rosa quo locorum Sera moretur, Hor. C. 1, 38, 3. Trop. (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
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)
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 →.
quo quō, I abl. de quid : respondit se nescire quo loci esset Cic. Att. 8, 10, il répondit qu'il ne savait pas où ses affaires en étaient ; dicere, quo illa loci nasceretur Cic. Div. 2, 135, dire en quel endroit cette plante (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
QUO, (QUARE) pro Quia. Lex Alemannor. cap. 93. ex cod. Corboniensi, apud Steph. Baluzium: Ab illo alio Quare inde fugivit. Ubi alii codd. quia inde fugivit. Hinc nostri Car hauserunt.
QUO,² (QUARE) Titulus libri, qui in interrogationibus et responsis consistit. Lit. remiss. ann. 1414. in Reg. 168. Chartoph. reg. ch. 37: Le suppliant prinst un breviere, un petit livret qui (ne) scet nommer, et un autre petit livret, nommé Quare. Vide supra Quaestionarium.
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)
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)