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Latin word loquax comes from Latin loquor (I declare, utter. I say, speak, tell, talk.), Latin -ax.

Loquax etymology ?

Loquax detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
loquor Latin (lat) I declare, utter. I say, speak, tell, talk.
-ax Latin (lat) Used to form adjectives expressing a tendency or inclination to the action of the root verb; -ish, -y.
loquax Latin (lat) Talkative.

Words with the same origin as loquax

Descendants of loquor
eloquentia locutus
Descendants of -ax
consul consulatus saltem