From Latin colloquium (“conversation”), from com- (“together, with”) (English com-) + form of loquor (“speak”) (from which English locution and other words). Doublet of colloquium.
colloquy (countable and uncountable, plural colloquies)
- A conversation or dialogue. [from 16th c.]
- (obsolete) A formal conference. [16th-17th c.]
- (Christianity) A church court held by certain Reformed denominations. [from 17th c.]
- A written discourse. [from 18th c.]
- (law) A discussion during a trial in which a judge ensures that the defendant understands what is taking place in the trial and what their rights are.
colloquy (third-person singular simple present colloquys, present participle colloquying, simple past and past participle colloquied)
- (intransitive, rare) To converse.
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