Definition of quotientive in English:

quotientive

adjective

Grammar
rare
  • Of an adverb: that indicates frequency, answering ‘how often?’, ‘how many times?’.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From classical Latin quotiens, with final -t by association with Latin present participial stems in -ent- + -ive, after interrogative, etc.

Pronunciation

quotientive

/ˈkwəʊʃntɪv/