Locutory
Locutory Loc"u*to*ry (l[o^]k"[-u]*t[-o]*r[y^]), n. A room for conversation; especially, a room in monasteries, where the monks were allowed to converse. [1913 Webster]

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  • locutory — /lok yeuh tawr ee, tohr ee/, n., pl. locutories. locutorium. [1475 85; < ML locutorium, equiv. to locu , base of loqui to speak + torium TORY2] * * * …   Universalium

  • locutory — noun A room for conversation; especially, a room in monasteries, where the monks were allowed to converse …   Wiktionary

  • locutory — /lok yeuh tawr ee, tohr ee/, n., pl. locutories. locutorium. [1475 85; < ML locutorium, equiv. to locu , base of loqui to speak + torium TORY2] …   Useful english dictionary

  • locutorium — /loh kyoo tawr ee euhm, tohr , lok yoo /, n., pl. locutoria / tawr ee euh, tohr /. parlor (def. 4). Also, locutory. [1765 75; Latinized form of LOCUTORY] * * * …   Universalium

  • locutorium — /loh kyoo tawr ee euhm, tohr , lok yoo /, n., pl. locutoria / tawr ee euh, tohr /. parlor (def. 4). Also, locutory. [1765 75; Latinized form of LOCUTORY] …   Useful english dictionary

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