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From Old Galician-Portuguese cujo, from Latin cuius, a genitive of quī (“which”) which had been used adjectivally since at least the time of Plautus. cp. Ancient Greek ποῖος (poîos), both from Proto-Indo-European *kʷis.
- Hyphenation: cu‧jo
- whose (of whom)
- A miúda cujos cabelos são negros é bonita
- The girl whose hair is black is beautiful.