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alius ‎(other) +‎ quis (interrogative pronoun)



aliquis c ‎(neuter aliquid); irregular declension

  1. someone, something, anyone, anything
    Petere aliquem ense.
    To attack someone with a sword.
    Petere aliquem hasta.
    To attack someone with a spear.


Number Singular Plural
Case/Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative aliquis aliquis aliquid aliquī aliquae aliquae
genitive alicuius, alicujus alicuius, alicujus alicuius, alicujus aliquōrum aliquārum aliquōrum
dative alicui alicui alicui aliquibus aliquibus aliquibus
accusative aliquem aliquem aliquid aliquōs aliquās aliquae
ablative aliquō aliquō aliquō aliquibus aliquibus aliquibus

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