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Etymology edit

From ever +‎ who. Formed similarly to the older words each, every. Compare everwhere.

Pronoun edit


  1. (Appalachia) Whoever.
    Everwho did this is in mighty big trouble!
    • 2014, Robert Morgan, The Road from Gap Creek, page 191:
      And I stayed close to Velmer and Troy or everwho was walking with me. I always thought cars was exciting.

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