Quid (noun)

  1. A pound sterling (British currency).
  2. Something that is hard to understand or explain.
  3. A bundle of chewable tobacco.


The word "quid" is the singular form of the latin word "quidlibet" which means "whatever, anything". it was used for the first time in english to refer to a unit of currency, specifically british pound, and it is still used in this way in some british english dialects.


  1. He had only a quid in his pocket.
  2. The lecture was full of quids and no quos.
  3. He took out a quid of tobacco and put it in his mouth.
  4. I'll give you a quid for that old watch of yours.
  5. The quid of the matter is that we need more money to complete the project.
Some random words: digress, purification, unsatisfactory