loq.

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loq.

  1. Loquitur; Used to identify the character who is speaking in a quotation
    • 1884, Arthur Parnell, “On Thunderbolts”, in The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology, Industrial Arts, Manufatures, and Technology, volume 6, page 721:
      As You Like It, I. 2[Celia loq.] . " If I had a thunderbolt in mine eye, I can tell who should down."
    • 1979, George Nedham & ‎George Daniel Ramsay, The Politics of a Tudor Merchant Adventurer, →ISBN:
      Art. 41 [Earl of East Friesland loq.] I pray you, what be the commodities that come out of England, and by what means be they so profitable?
    • 2011, John Forster, The Life of Charles Dickens - Volume 1; Volumes 1812-1842, →ISBN, page 90:
      C. D. loq. 'case, whatever course I might prescribe to myself at 'starting.