ubicumque

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

ubī + cum + que

Adverb[edit]

ubīcumque

  1. wherever, wheresoever, in whatever place; in any place
    • c. 45 BC, Cicero, Tusculanae Disputationes, 5.37.108
      'Patria est, ubicumque est bene'.
      My country is wherever I am happy.

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Usage notes[edit]

  • The adverbs ubī (where), ubinam (where in the world?), ubīcumque (wherever) and ubīubī are sometimes used with the genitive of terra (land) (singular: terrarum), locus (place) (singular: loci, plural: locorum), nation (singular: gentium), to detonate the same meaning as "where on earth". "in what country" or "where in the world":
    Qui ubicumque terrarum sunt.
    Those which are wherever in the world.
    Ubicumque terrarum.
    Wherever in the world.
    Ubicumque terrārum et gentium.
    Wherever in the whole world.
    Ubicumque locorum vivitis.
    Wherever in the world you are alive.
    Ubicumque erit gentium.
    Wherever he will be in the world.