whatsomever

adjective or pronoun what·som·ever
variants: or less commonly whatsomdever \-səm¦de-\

Definition of whatsomever

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Origin and Etymology of whatsomever

Middle English whatsomever, from what sum whatever (from 1what + Middle English—northern dialect—sum, relative adverb, as, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse sem as, Old English same—in swā same so as, likewise) + ever


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