Definition of Quid. Meaning of Quid. Synonyms of Quid

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Definition of Quid

Quid Quid, n. [Etym. uncertain.] An English coin, a sovereign. [Slang, Eng.] They invited him to come to-morrow, . . . and bring half a quid with him. --Charles Reade.
Quid Quid, n. [See Cud.] A portion suitable to be chewed; a cud; as, a quid of tobacco.
Quid Quid, v. t. (Man.) To drop from the mouth, as food when partially chewed; -- said of horses. --Youatt.

Meaning of Quid from wikipedia

- quid may refer to: pound sterling, british slang for £1 in currency australian pound, australian slang (no longer issued) quid (encyclopedia), a french
- meaning and use of the latin term. for other uses, see quid pro quo (disambiguation). quid pro quo ('something for something' in latin) means an exchange
- secundum quid (also called secundum quid et simpliciter, meaning '[what is true] in a certain respect and [what is true] absolutely') is a type of informal
- quid pro quo is a latin term meaning 'something for something'. quid pro quo or qpq may refer to: quid pro quo (film), a 2008 film quid pro quo (album)
- k foundation burn a million quid was an action on 23 august 1994 in which the k foundation (an art duo consisting of bill drummond and jimmy cauty) burned
- ne quid nimis is latin for 'nothing in excess'. it is a behavioral norm that is suggested by horace in the playwright terence. 'philosophical latin
- neuroepistemology is an empirical approach to epistemology—the study of knowledge in a general, philosophical sense—which is informed by modern neuroscience
- quid is a french encyclopedia, established in 1963 by dominique frémy. it was published annually between 1963 and 2007, first by plon (1963-1974) and later