One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used instead of “whoso” as the object of a verb or preposition.‘whomso thou meetest, say thou this to each’
- ‘Yea, she soon shall destroy gold-wealthy Priamos’ town, and Trojans many and Argives doom to death, whomso she will.’
- ‘He shall send to it whomso He chooseth, for that I have no longer a desire for the kinship.’
- ‘It is neither by asking your friends, family, brother, sister, your bishop if you have one, or whomso else - you can only find it within yourself.’
- ‘And he took the wand wherewith he lulls the eyes of whomso he will, while others again he even wakes from out of sleep.’
- ‘To whomso she shows favour, even if they be men, she ends their feuds.’
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