loquitur

lo·qui·tur \ˈläkwətə(r), -ətə-\

Definition of loquitur

  1. :  begins to speak —used as a stage direction usually after the name of the player

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Origin and Etymology of loquitur

Latin, he speaks, she speaks, 3d person singular present indicative of loqui to speak


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