Thesaurus Linguae Romanae et Britannicae
Qua, Aduerbium loci. Plaut
Which way: by what place. Quâ te ducit via dirige gressum. Virg. Omnes introitus, quâ adiri poterat in eum fundum, Cicer. Al passages, by which one might goe into the grounde. In templum nescio quâ per cuniculum ascendit. Cic. He got into the temple I cannot tell what way by vndermining. Licet illi vagari quâ velit. Cic. Passim sine vllius imperio, quâ cuique proximum est, in amnem ruunt. Liui. In that place as was next to euerie man as he stode. Omnia quâ visus erat, constrata telis. Sal. Al about as farre as one coulde see. Sin discedit, quò, aut quà, aut quid nobis agendum sit nescio. Cice. Quâ, aliquando significat Tum, siue Partim. Cicero. Nam gladiatoribus, quâ dominus, quâ aduocati, sibilis conscissi. Both the maister and the aduocates, or as well the Maister as the aduocates. Insignis L. Papyrius Cursor quâ parerna gloria, quâ sua Li. As well with the glorie hee had by his <*>ather as by hys owne. Quâ itineris, quâ de Bruto. Ci. Both for my voiage and also for Brutus his matter, or as well for my voyage as for Brutus his matter or businesse. Quâ pro quarenus. Non quâ filius alicuius, sed quâ homo æstimatur. Paul. Men do not so much regard him in that he is amans sonne, as in that he is a man.