Definitions for quidnuncˈkwɪdˌnʌŋk

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  1. quidnunc(Noun)

    A person eager to learn news and scandal

  2. Origin: From "quid nunc?", What now?.

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  1. Quidnunc(noun)

    one who is curious to know everything that passes; one who knows, or pretends to know, all that is going on

  2. Origin: [L., what now?]


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