conjunction where·som·ev·er \-sə¦me-\

Definition of wheresomever

chiefly dialectal

  1. :  wheresoever

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Origin and Etymology of wheresomever

Middle English whersomever, whersumever, from Middle English (northern dialect) wher sum wherever (from Middle English where, wher where + Middle English —northern dialect—sum, relative adverb, as) + Middle English ever — more at whatsomever

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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