My Latin text states that "quidquid" is an indeclinable pronoun, but doesn't state that it is interrogative. Given the meaning "Whatever" or "Whoever", and being so close in form to "quid" it seems logical to me that it should be treated as such.
I recently ran into a subjunctive verb in a main clause that begins with "quidquid". Translating the clause as a jussive makes no sense, so I'm inclined to believe that "quidquid" is introducing an indirect question.
Is this correct?
Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
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