Word:

Quidam

Qui´dam
n.1.Somebody; one unknown.

QUIDAM, French law. Some, one; somebody. This Latin word is used to express an unknown person, or one who cannot be named.
     2. A quidam is usually described by the features of his face, the color of his hair, his height, his clothing, and the like in any process which may be issued against him. Merl. Repert. h.t.; Encyclopedie, h.t.
     3. A warrant directing the officer to arrest the "associates" of persons named, without naming them, is void. 3 Munf. 458.

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Quicksilver water
Quicksilvered
Quicksilvering
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Quickstep
Quicktime
Quickwork
quicky
Quicpuid acquiritur servo
Quicquid est contra normam recti est injuria
Quicquid in excessu actum est
Quicquid judicis auctoritati subjictur
Quicquid plantatur solo
Quicquid solvitur
Quid
quid pro quo
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Quiddany
Quiddative
Quiddit
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Quiddity
Quiddle
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quiesce time
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quiescency
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quiet down
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