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The Indefinite Pronouns quis, any one, and quí, any, [QUERY] declined like the corresponding Interrogatives, but qua is commonly used for quae except in the nominative plural feminine:

SUBSTANTIVE: quis, any one; quid, anything.
ADJECTIVE: quí, qua (quae), quod, any.

a. The feminine forms qua and quae are sometimes used substantively.

b. The indefinites quis and quí are rare except after sí, nisi, né, and num, and in compounds (see § 310. a, b).

NOTE: After these particles quí is often used as a substantive and quis as an adjective (cf. § 148. b. N.).