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1quid

noun \ˈkwid\
plural quid also quids

Definition of QUID

British
:  a pound sterling

Origin of QUID

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1688

Rhymes with QUID

2quid

noun

Definition of QUID

:  a cut or wad of something chewable

Origin of QUID

English dialect, cud, from Middle English quide, from Old English cwidu, cwudu — more at cud
First Known Use: circa 1727

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