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From quid (“what”) + agis (“you're doing”) the second person form of agō (“I do”).
- Stressed as a word-group: (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈkʷi.da.ɡis/, [ˈkʷɪd̪äɡɪs̠]
- Stressed as a word-group: (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /ˈkwi.da.d͡ʒis/, [ˈkwiːd̪äd͡ʒis]
- (colloquial) what's up?, how are you?, how do you do?
- (colloquial, in surprise) what are you doing (there)?, what are you up to?
- quid ais?
- quid agitis? (plural)