pronoun objective case of whoso

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  • whomso — /hoohm soh/, pron. the objective case of whoso. * * * …   Universalium

  • whomso — pronoun archaic used instead of ‘whoso’ as the object of a verb or preposition …   English new terms dictionary

  • whomso — whom·so …   English syllables

  • whomso — whom•so [[t]ˈhum soʊ[/t]] pron. cvb fun the objective case of whoso …   From formal English to slang

  • whomso — archaic objective case of WHOSO …   Useful english dictionary

  • The Twelve Conclusions of the Lollards — was a document containing statements by followers of the English Medieval sect, the Lollards. The Conclusions were written in 1395 by followers of John Wyclif. The document was presented to the English Parliament and affixed to the doors of… …   Wikipedia

  • whomsoever — /hoohm soh ev euhr/, pron. the objective case of whosoever: Ask whomsoever you like. Inquire of whomsoever you meet. [1400 50; late ME, equiv. to whomso whomsoever (early ME swa hwam swa; see WHOM, SO1) + ever EVER] * * * …   Universalium

  • whoso — /hooh soh/, pron.; objective whomso. whosoever; whoever. [1125 75; ME, early ME hwa swa, OE (swa) hwa swa. See WHO, SO1] * * * …   Universalium

  • whoso — pron. (obj. whomso; poss. whoseso) archaic = WHOEVER. Etymology: ME, = WHO + SO(1), f. OE swa hwa swa …   Useful english dictionary

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