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-whatever suffix

Latin Language Asked by mykhal on August 25, 2021

Is there a Latin suffix meaning “-whatever”? E.g.:

Wikipedia, Wikisource, … Wikiwhatever.
Vicipaedia, Vicifons, … Vici…(?).

(But I’m not even sure that -whatever itself is a correct English suffix.)

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Quidquid, perhaps? See examples at Wiktionary under quisquis.

Answered by legatrix on August 25, 2021

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