Q is tiny category and all the Q's are followed by U and that is helpful in solving crosswords. Two for one. Except words from the east like, say, qat, qadi, qoph qanat qindar, qabalah, and the keyboard non-word qwerty, and nobody uses those words online to make some kind of a point anyway. We know half of these already. We're just checking to make sure that we agree.
qua: In the capacity of
querulous: Complaining in a petulant or whining manner.
quids: If somebody is quids in, they stand to make a lot of money from something. (slang, UK) Coming into or saving money through some financial transaction. Buy three items for the price of two and you'll be quids in!(Economics, Accounting & Finance / Currencies) Brit a slang word for pound (sterling) be) quids in Brit slang to be in a very favorable or advantageous position. Not the full quid Austral and NZ slang mentally subnormal
quis custodiet ipsos custodes: Who watches the watchman?A Latin phrase traditionally attributed to the Roman poet Juvenal from his Satires. Who will guard the guards themselves?
quisling: collaborator: someone who collaborates with an enemy occupying force/ Quisling, after Norwegian politician Vidkun Quisling, who assisted Nazi Germany to conquer his own country and ruled the collaborationist ...
quisquis: Latin, whoever, whatever. Mrs Clinton is many things — intelligent, accomplished, hard-working, quisquis — but she is not herself interesting, except as a historical phenomenon — an American Evita, minus the charisma and the balcony.
quotidian: kwōˈtidēən Of or occurring every day; daily."the car sped noisily off through the quotidian traffic”. Ordinary or everyday, especially when mundane."his story is an achingly human one, mired in quotidian details" synonyms: daily, everyday, day-to-day, diurnal More"the quotidian routine" ordinary, average, run-of-the-mill, everyday, standard, typical, middle-of-the-road, common, conventional, mainstream, unremarkable, unexceptional, workaday, commonplace, mundane, uninteresting; informal nothing to write home about, a dime a dozen "her horribly quotidian furniture"