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Any-, Every-, No-, and Some-

The prefixes any-, every-, no-, and some- can be used with a range of English words representing location, manner, object, person, or time. The table below shows the possible combinations and indicates the frequency of occurance with the following key:

common
The word is in common use
uncommon
The word is not in common use, and may be archaic, rare, or dialectal
unrecorded
The word is not recorded in the Oxford English Dictionary
root any- every- no- some-
location place
anyplace
common
everyplace
common
noplace
common
someplace
common
whence
anywhence
unrecorded
everywhence
unrecorded
nowhence
uncommon
somewhence
uncommon
where
anywhere
common
everywhere
common
nowhere
common
somewhere
common
whither
anywhither
uncommon
everywhither
uncommon
nowhither
uncommon
somewhither
uncommon
manner how
anyhow
common
everyhow
uncommon
nohow
uncommon
somehow
common
way
anyway
common
everyway
uncommon
noway
uncommon
someway
common
wise
anywise
uncommon
everywise
unrecorded
nowise
uncommon
somewise
uncommon
object thing
anything
common
everything
common
nothing
common
something
common
what
anywhat
unrecorded
everywhat
unrecorded
nowhat
uncommon
somewhat
uncommon
person body
anybody
common
everybody
common
nobody
common
somebody
common
one
anyone
common
everyone
common
no-one
common
someone
common
time time
anytime
common
everytime
unrecorded
notime
unrecorded
sometime
common
when
anywhen
uncommon
everywhen
uncommon
nowhen
uncommon
somewhen
uncommon

The main source of etymological information used in this page was the two volume Shorter Oxford English Dictionary: