whatso

whatso

(ˈwɒtsəʊ)
pron, adj
an archaic or poetic word for whatsoever
References in classic literature ?
The Holy Supper is kept indeed, In whatso we share with another's need Not that which we give, but what we share, For the gift without the giver is bare.
Some were all of iron so cunningly linked that they might flow like slow rivers of metal or coil themselves around and above all obstacles before them, and these were filled in their innermost depths with the grimmest of the Orcs with scimitars and spears; others of bronze and copper were given hearts and spirits of blazing fire, and they blasted all that stood before them with the terror of their snorting or trampled whatso escaped the ardour of their breath.
whatso waters over here we call Clearest, were cloudy by comparison With this, which hides not anything at all.
The woman who recited nonsense verse to me, sounds I still remember fifty years later though she does not, though she can no longer always remember who I am: Nicky nicky tembo, whatso rembo, wudda wudda boosky, hippo pendro, national pom pom.
Although his remarks will almost certainly provide a basis for increasedcivil awards against the city, Parks is standing up and admitting whatso many have suspected for so long - police corruption.
Most of their existing service users are experiencing a substantial reduction in their funding allocation and some families in desperate need of support are receiving no funding whatso ever.