whomso

[ hoom-soh ]
/ ˈhum soʊ /
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pronoun

the objective case of whoso.

Definition for whomso (2 of 2)

whoso

[ hoo-soh ]
/ ˈhu soʊ /

pronoun; objective whom·so.

whosoever; whoever.

Origin of whoso

1125–75; Middle English, early Middle English hwa swa, Old English (swā) hwā swā. See who, so1
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Examples from the Web for whomso

  • Beetles and snuff-boxes may be but small gains, but gains they are to whomso desires them: and gain is gain, however small.

    Browning and Dogma|Ethel M. Naish

British Dictionary definitions for whomso

whoso

/ (ˈhuːsəʊ) /

pronoun

an archaic word for whoever
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