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The Latin word 'quod' is translated into English as follows: 'what'; or 'which'. The pronunciation is the following; kwawd. The word functions in the ancient, classical Latin language as a relative conjunction. Thus, it introduces a clause that's the subject or object of a sentence, in the English equivalent sense of 'the fact that' or 'the point that'. Or it introduces a clause generally to the sentence, in the English equivalent sense of 'as to the fact that' or 'whereas'. Or it introduces a fresh sentence, in the English equivalent sense of 'and', 'but', or 'now'.