toties quoties

adverb to·ti·es quo·ti·es \ ˈtōtēˌāˈskwōtēˌās , ˈtōshēˌēzˈkwōshēˌēz \

Definition of toties quoties

:repeatedly used of an indulgence in the Roman Catholic Church that may be gained or granted as often as the required works are performed
  • an indulgence granted toties quoties

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Origin and Etymology of toties quoties

Latin, as many times as


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