pronoun or adjective
which·​so·​ev·​er | \ ˌhwich-sə-ˈwe-vər , ˌwich-\

Definition of whichsoever

: whichever … for he was either come post, or in the West Chester coach, I knew not which; but whichsoever it was, he would be sure to come to that house to meet me.— Daniel Defoe

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15th century, in the meaning defined above

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