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Numerology information Quid:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Quid:
One pound (100 pence) in British Sterling (GBP). Can refer to the actual denomination (a goldish looking coin, about a centimetre and a half across), or any amount in Sterling. In very common use, all across the UK.
"That'll be a quid mate" "That's going to set you back about 3, 4 hundred quid"
One pound in English money.
U could get that whore for a quid
A singular unit of currency, once recognized only as the British pound (100 pence) but now widely used in place of the word dollar, pound, peso, et cetera.
Man: I'll give you twenty quid. Whore: Sorry, mate, that's not enough to get in my boot!
british for money. it means pounds, yeah?
Songs about Quid:
Ravanello: Quid Retribuam by Doctor Scott Piper from the Album Mater Eucharistiae
Quid Pro Quo by Brent Barrett;Jenn Harris;Company from the Album Silence! - The Musical [+Digital Booklet]
What Quid? (Album Version) by Kitty Daisy & Lewis from the Album Smoking In Heaven
3. Quid sum miser - 3. Quid sum miser by Wandsworth School Boys Choir from the Album Berlioz: Requiem etc
Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - 3. Quid sum miser by Wandsworth School Boys Choir from the Album Berlioz: Sacred Music/Symphonic Dramas/Orchestral Songs (9 CDs)
Messe: Quid mihi est in Caelo (Venice 1663) by Candace Smith, Floriana Fornelli, Silvia Vajente, Pamela Lucciarini, Caterina Patrizia Vaccari & Elena Biscuola Cappella Artemisia from the Album Weep & Rejoice, Music for the Holy Week
Quid Pro Quo by The Retrosic from the Album Nightcrawler
Wiki information Quid:
The pound sterling, commonly known simply as the pound, is the official currency of the United Kingdom, Jersey, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, the British Antarctic Territory, and Tristan da Cunha. It is...
Quid is a French encyclopedia, established in 1963 by Dominique Frémy. It was published annually between 1963 and 2007, first by Plon and later by Éditions Robert Laffont, and was the most popular encyclopedic reference work in France. The...