quot-

(Latin: how many)

quatable
Quot homines, tot sententiae. (Latin proverb)
Translation: "So many men, so many opinions."

    Other interpretations include:

  • Complete lack of agreement.
  • There are as many opinions as there are men to hold them.
  • There are as many viewpoints as there are people or as far from a consensus as possible.
quotably
quotation (s), quotations (pl)
1. A passage or expression that is quoted or cited.
2. The act of quoting.
quote, quotes, quoting, quoted (verb forms)
1. To repeat (a passage, phrase, etc.) from a book, speech, or the like, as by way of authority, illustration, etc.
2. Words that are repeated from (a book, an author, etc.).
3. The repetition or copying of words by another person; usually, with an acknowledgment of the sources or origins.
quoter
quotient
Etymology: from Latin quotiens, "how many times", from quot-, "how many".