Quo Words: Definitions, Examples, and Usage

In this article, you will learn what “quo” words are and see examples of how they are used in the English language.

  1. Quorum- Minimum number of members required to conduct a meeting.
  2. Quote- Repeat or copy out (words from a text or speech).
  3. Quotidian- Occurring every day; daily.
  4. Quota- A fixed share of something that a person or group is entitled to receive or is bound to contribute.
  5. Quotation- A group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by someone other than the original author or speaker.
  6. Quotient- A result obtained by dividing one quantity by another.
  7. Quoin- The external angle of a building; cornerstone.
  8. Quodlibet- A subtle or elaborate argument or point of debate.
  9. Quondam- Former; that once was.
  10. Quoite- A variant of quoits, a game involving throwing rings.
  11. Quotable- Suitable for being quoted; noteworthy; memorable.
  12. Quotidianly- Daily or routine.
  13. Quotha- Used to express surprise or sarcasm.
  14. Quoined- Having the external angle of a building; furnished with quoins.

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