Old Spanish edit

Etymology edit

From con (with) + Vulgar Latin vōscum (with you). Compare contigo (with you (informal)), conmigo (with me), consigo (with himself/herself/itself/you (formal)).

Pronunciation edit

Pronoun edit


  1. with you (plural) Synonym: con ustedes

Usage notes edit

  • Convusco has fallen out of use since at least 1448 and was replaced in Medieval Spanish simply by con vos (with you (plural)). However, it too has fallen out of general use (excluding countries using voseo which prefer vos over tu and thus over contigo), being replaced by con vosotros (with you (plural; informal, Spain-only)) and con ustedes (with you (plural; formal and informal (in Latin America only))).

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