sum ubi

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From sum (I am) + ubi (in colloquial language: in which, by which, with which, wherewith; with whom, by whom).

Verb[edit]

sum ubi

  1. sometimes, sometime or another, one day
    • the play Pseudolus by T. Maccius Plautus (the text may be read here)
      Simo: Erit ubi te ulciscar, si vivo.
      Pseudolus: Quid minitare? Habeo tergum.
      Simo: There will be an opportunity for me to be revenged on you one day, if I live.
      Pseudolus: Why do you threaten? I've got a back of my own.

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