English word whoever comes from English who, English ever.
Whoever detailed word origin explanation
|who || English (eng) ||A person under discussion; a question of which person. (interrogative) What is one's position; asks whether someone deserves to say or do something.. (interrogative) What person or people; which person or people; asks for the identity of someone. (used in a direct or indirect question). (relative) The person or people that.. (relative, archaic) Whoever, he who, they who. |
|ever || English (eng) ||(epidemiology) Occurring at any time, occurring even but once during a timespan. (informal) As intensifier following an interrogative word.. Always.. At any time.. In any way. (dialectal, and, informal). |
|whoever || English (eng) ||An emphatic form of who.. No matter who.. Whatever person or persons. |
Words with the same origin as whoever