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Does anyone know if the expression "todo quisqui" is used in Spain?
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Does anyone know if the expression "todo quisqui" is used in Spain?
Yes, it's used in Spain; its meaning is "todo el mundo", "todos".
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Yes, it's used in Spain; its meaning is "todo el mundo", "todos".
¿Qué significa quisqui? Busqué en el dictionario y econtré 'quisquilla', pero esa significa 'brown shrimp'
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¿Qué quisqui significa? Busqué en el dictionario y econtré 'quisquilla', pero esa significa 'brown shrimp'
To ask the question, you would say ¿Qué significa quisqui?
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To ask the question, you would say ¿Qué significa quisqui?
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question irmamar - in spain, is that like everybody in 'who's who'?

any derivation on 'quisqui'?

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I think that QUISQUE is Latin for everybody,Who-so-ever. Cada uno o cada cual.
Pero la ortografía española ha cambiado. Se escibe hoy día QUISQUI
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Does anyone know if the expression "todo quisqui" is used in Spain?
Gracias a todos y a irmamar por contestar la pregunta original del "thread".
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Como se dice en ruso "todo el mundo está en el bar"?
toquisqui enlatasca

to(do)
quisqui: todos, todo el mundo
(está)
en la
tasca: bar, cantina

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