Scribe of wisdom


>Difficult to deal with or settle; perplexing; (of a person) of dubious character.

Quisquous is a Scottish word that first came into use around the 17th century, its exact origins are uncertain. It could possibly originate from the Latin word “quisquis,” which means “whoever.”

Quisquous characters have long been referred to as tricksters in mythology; the coyote (Indigenous cultures), the fox (East Asian cultures), Anansi (the spider god of West Africa), and Loki (Norse god) are all viewed as tricksters.


>I wanted to trust him, but also knew that he had a quisquous reputation

>She tried to be patient, but knew that her friend was quisquous

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