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Latin

Etymology

From at (but) + -que (and).

Conjunction

atque [[Category:Template:lang:la conjunctions|atque]]

  1. and, and also, and even, and too
    Ad vim atque ad arma confugere.
    To fly to violence and fighting.
  2. yet, nevertheless
  3. (after words expressing comparison) as, than
    Alia sunt legati officia atque imperatoris.
    The obligations of the legate are different from those of of the general.

Usage notes

  • Atque is a variant of ac, and is usually found in front of words beginning with a vowel or an h, rarely before consonants.

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