ad quem


ad quem

ad quem [ahd kwem; English ad kwem] Examples Latin.

  1. at or to which; the end toward which something tends.

terminus ad quem [ter-mi-noo s ahd kwem; English tur-muh-nuh s ad kwem] noun Latin.

  1. the end to which; aim; goal; final or latest limiting point.

Examples from the Web for quem Historical Examples of quem

  • Quem no parece esquece, says Vicente in his trovas to Vimioso.

    Four Plays of Gil Vicente

    Gil Vicente

  • Quem caduca ista felicitas vehit, vel scit eam, vel nescit esse mutabilem.

    Chaucer’s Translation of Boethius’s ‘De Consolatione Philosophiae’

    Geoffrey Chaucer

  • Quem, ut Barbari incendium effugisse viderunt, telis eminus missis, interfecerunt.

    The Life and Writings of Henry Fuseli, Vol. II (of 3)

    Henry Fuseli

  • Quem cum sentit Ratus, intrat in muscipulam, capit caseum et capitur a muscipula.

    Selections from Early Middle English 1130-1250: Part II: Notes

    Various

  • Nec veriti sunt hominem pro un bestiol perdere, quem unigentius Dei Filius sanguine redemit suo.

    View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages, Vol. 3 (of 3)

    Henry Hallam

  • British Dictionary definitions for quem terminus ad quem noun

    1. the aim or terminal point

    Word Origin for terminus ad quem literally: the end to which

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