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  • Relative: ubicumque est lepidum unguentum, ungor, Plaut. Cas. 2, 3, 10: etsi, ubicumque es, in eādem es navi, Cic. Fam. 2, 5, 1: ego uni Servor, ubīcumque est
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  • – üb. wo, ubicum. que; quācumque: üb. in der Welt, wo, ubicumque terrarum od. gentium; ubicumque terrarum et gentium. – üb. wohin, quocumque; quoquo. –
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  • angehängtes ... cumque ausgedrückt; z. B. wer auch nur, quicumque: wo auch nur, ubicumque: wohin auch nur, quocumque: so oft auch nur, quotiescumque. In Fragen,
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  • welche Art es wolle, quolibet modo: an welchem Orte nur, quocumque in loco; ubicumque: an welchem Ortenur es sei, ubivis: zu welcher Zeit nur, quandocumque:
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  • I Usu. with pronn. and pronom. advv.: quicumque, qualiscumque, etc., ubicumque, quotienscumque, etc.— II Very rarely standing alone: quae demant cumque
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  • alqo pervenire: zu jmd., alqm convenire. – wo er auch hingekommen ist, ubicumque posuit vestigia. – Bildl., mit etwas, mit jmd. h., s. auskommen no. II
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  • B. wer nur, wer da nur, quicum que: sooft nur, quotiescumque: wo nur, ubicumque: wo er nur ging, quaqua iret. – In vielen Fällen wird jedoch unser »nur« im
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  • for the sake of emphasis, in the world, on earth (freq. and class.): ubicumque terrarum et gentium violatum jus civium Romanorum sit, Cic. Verr. 2, 5
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  • Repeated ubi ubi, also written as one word ubiubi, wherever, wheresoever = ubicumque (very rare): ubi ubi est, fac, quamprimum haec audiat, Ter. Eun. 5, 8,
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  • the world, Cic. Att. 5, 10, 4, so, ubi terrarum, id. Rab. Post. 13, 37: ubicumque terrarum, id. Verr. 2, 5, 55, § 143; id. Phil. 2, 44, 113. * Look up in:
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  • omnium, Cic.: v. der Gemeinschaftlichkeit einerlei Schicksals desselben, ubicumque es, in eadem es navi, Cic. – / Akk. Sing. gew. navem, selten navim (welche
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  • Ter. Eun. 1, 2, 46: postea loci, after that, afterwards, Sall. J. 102: ubicumque locorum, Hor. Ep. 1, 3, 34: adhuc locorum, hitherto, Plaut. Capt. 2, 3
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  • the mother-city of colonists, Curt. 4, 15, 5.—Hence, prov.: patria est, ubicumque est bene, Poët. (prob. Pacuv.) ap. Cic. Tusc. 5, 37, 108: quia propheta
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  • product of a mine or quarry.    1    A metal, as gold, silver, or iron: ubicumque una inventa vena argenti est, non procul invenitur alia. Hoc quidem et
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  • : furcillas reducit hibernatum in tecta, Varr. R. R. 1, 8, 6: (thynni) ubicumque deprehensi usque ad aequinoctium, ibi hibernant, Plin. 9, 15, 20, § 51:
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  • terrarum orbis theatro versari existimarem, Cic.: ego vero non deero et, ubicumque pugnabo, in theatro orbis terrarum me esse credam, werde ich glauben, die
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  • certainly, granted, by all means, yes indeed, yes: ut sequens probabilitatem, ubicumque haec aut occurrat aut deficiat, aut etiam, aut non respondere possit, Cic
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  • dasein, adesse: dastehen, astare. – da wo, ibi ubi; illuc ubi:da wo nur, ubicumque; quocumque loco: siehe da, s. siehe: wer da? s. wer: (dieser) der, jener
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  • nur immer sei, wenn man auf eine bestimmte Ortsbezeichnung verzichtet); ubicumque (wo nur immer, an allen u. jeden Orten, die es geben mag). – irgend wo
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  • 3: laeti quamcunque condicionem paciscendi acceperunt, Liv. 22, 58, 5: ubicumque et quācumque matre genitus, id. 1, 3, 3: qui de quācumque causā tum aspernati
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