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Old June 25, 2009, 01:38 AM
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Muy bueno el chiste, Sosia

Se dice indistintamente "quisque" o "quisqui" y, como dijo Brute, viene del latín, quisque (cada uno). Siempre se añade "todo" delante (todo quisqui o todo quisque), nunca lo he visto solo. In English: everybody

Anyway, it's not formal Spanish.
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Old June 30, 2009, 11:30 AM
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Muy bueno el chiste, Sosia

Se dice indistintamente "quisque" o "quisqui" y, como dijo Brute, viene del latín, quisque (cada uno). Siempre se añade "todo" delante (todo quisqui o todo quisque), nunca lo he visto solo. In English: everybody

Anyway, it's not formal Spanish.
We sometimes say "every man and his wife"
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