undique etymology

Latin word undique comes from Latin unde (Whence, from where.), Latin -que

Detailed word origin of undique

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
unde Latin (lat) Whence, from where.
-que Latin (lat) (rare) used in an answer. (when repeated) "both... and", "whether... or". And, a copulative particle affixed to the word it annexes. Introducing an explanatory clause.
undique Latin (lat) All over; in every place. From all sides; from every direction. From every point of view, in all respects. Utterly, completely.

Words with the same origin as undique

Descendants of -que
atque cumque itaque namque neque pleraque plerique plerumque quicumque quisque quocumque quoque ubique uterque utique utque utrimque