quo vadis

/ ˈkwəʊ ˈvɑːdɪs /

(no translation)

  1. where are you going?

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Word History and Origins

Origin of quo vadis1

Latin: from the Vulgate version of John 16:5

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Example Sentences

At the third tee my "Quo Vadis" darted off suddenly to the left and tried to climb the hill.

The topography of Quo Vadis was so carefully prepared that it almost serves as a guide-book to ancient Rome.

We find exactly the same emphasis when we turn to the historical romance Quo Vadis.

The church of Domine quo Vadis is believed to stand on the very spot of this meeting.

It is perhaps not too much to say that since "Quo Vadis," no more powerful historical romance has been produced.


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