Latin-German Reference in the free online Dictionary at www.pons.com! Here you will find translations from Latin to German, in top PONS-quality and free of.
EtymologyEdit. From quā, the feminine ablative of quī (“who”) + cum (“with”). AdverbEdit. quācum (not comparable) f. with whom? Video puellam quacum.
Esis tre jentila homo qua helpis ni. ― It was a nice man who helped us. ( interrogative pronoun) who. Qua esas ita kerlo? ― Who is that guy? (direct question).
Additional Information: Short for conditio sine qua non, “a condition without which nothing”, describes anything which is critical to the success of an enterprise.
Conditio cum qua non test - This is the test for omissions, the condition with which not. - This test is based on hypothetical addition, X's omission has to be.