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English - Etymology

First attested circa 1700. Origin unknown.

First attested circa 1700. Origin unknown.

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English - Alternative Forms

* quad

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English - Pronunciation

* Rhymes: -ɒd

  • Rhymes: -ɒd

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QUOD (_plural_ QUODS) * (countable) A quadrangle or court, as of a prison; a prison. * 1863, _Punch_, quoted in 1995, Seán McConville, _English Local Prisons, 1860-1900: Next Only to Death_, page 69, […] not the poorer classes merely, but the rich will be desirous to enjoy the mingled luxury and comfort of a gaol: and we shall hear of blasé Swells become burglars and garotters as a prelude to a prison, and, instead of taking tours for restoration of their health, recruiting it more cheaply by a residence in QUOD. * 1878, John Wrathall Bull, _Early Experiences of Colonial Life in South Australia_, page 264, […] and declined their escort, desiring to be conducted to “QUOD” by the gallant South Australian police, […] . * 2000, R.I.C. Publications, _Workbook E: Society and Environment_, page 48, From 1855-1903 a chapel was built, the boat shed and holding cell constructed, Government House was constructed as a summer residence for the Governor and the QUOD (slang for prison) was constructed. * 2006, Pip Wilson, _Faces in the Street: Louisa and Henry Lawson and the Castlereagh Street Push_, page 202, Pity McNamara′s still doing his stretch in the QUOD, but he′ll be out soon. * (uncountable, Australia, slang) Confinement in a prison. * _c._ 1894, Acquaintance of Norman Lindsay, quoted in 2005, James Cockington, _Banned: Tales From the Bizarre History of Australian Obscenity_, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, paperback ISBN 0-7333-1502-X, page 7, I don′t suppose you'll get more than a couple of months′ QUOD for them. TRANSLATIONS

quod (plural quods)

  1. (countable) A quadrangle or court, as of a prison; a prison.
  2. (uncountable, Australia, slang) Confinement in a prison.

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QUOD * (obsolete) Quoth. * 14THC, Geoffrey Chaucer, _The Summoner′s Prologue and Tale_, _The Canterbury Tales_, 2009, Robert Boenig, Andrew Taylor (editors), _The Canterbury Tales: A Selection_, page 190, “No fors,” QUOD he, “but tel me al youre grief.” * 1563, John Foxe, _Actes and Monuments_, 1868, _The Church Historians of England: Reformation Period_, Volume 8, Part 1, page 422, “Why,” QUOD her friend, “would ye not willingly have gone with your company, if God should so have suffered it?” * 1908, James Gairdner, _Lollardy and the Reformation in England: An Historical Survey_, 2010, Cambridge University Press, page 416, “And therefore I have granted to their request,” QUOD the King; […] .

quod

  1. (obsolete) Quoth.

Dont le dans la catégorieLATIN - ETYMOLOGY
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Latin - Etymology

Inflection of _quī_ (“who, which”), corresponding to Proto-Indo-European _*kʷod_, whence also Old English _hwæt_ (English _what_).

Inflection of quī (who, which), corresponding to Proto-Indo-European *kʷod, whence also Old English hwæt (English what).

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* (Classical) IPA(key): /kʷod/

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Latin - Pronoun

QUOD * nominative neuter singular of _quī_ * accusative neuter singular of _quī_

quod

  1. nominative neuter singular of quī
  2. accusative neuter singular of quī

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Latin - Conjunction

QUOD * which * because * until RELATED TERMS * quid DESCENDANTS * Aromanian: cã * Dalmatian: co * Italian: che * Romanian: că

quod

  1. which
  2. because
  3. until

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Descendants

  • Aromanian:
  • Dalmatian: co
  • Italian: che
  • Romanian:


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