loquitur

loquitur

[loh-kwi-toor; English lok-wi-ter]
Latin.
he speaks; she speaks.
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loquitur (ˈlɒkwɪtə)
 
Usually abbreviated to: loq he (or she) speaks: used, esp formerly, as a stage direction

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loquitur
stage direction, "he or she speaks," from L., third person pres. indic. sing. of loqui "to talk."
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