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ventriloquism
projecting ones voice as if it is coming from another source
con-, col-, com-, cor-
with, together
eloquent
Characterized by persuasive, powerful speech
e-
out
magnus
great
preamble
preliminary statement
venter, ventris
belly
garrulous
rambling
laconic
using few words
taceo
to be silent
soporific
inducing sleep
verbose
wordy
voluble
ready flow of speech
auris
ear
soliloquy
the act of speaking to self
loquor
speak
solus
alone
somnus
sleep
animas, animus
mind
magnum opus
the greatest single work of an artist, writer or composer
loquacious
excessive talking
volvo, volutes
to roll
evolve
to achieve gradually
colloquial
informal speech
re-
again
inarticulate
unable to speek with clarity
verbiage
excess use of words
opero
to work
Laconia
sparta
tacit
not spoken
avuncular
like an uncle
taciturn
silent
vociferouus
to make an outcry
garrio
to chatter
avunculus
uncle
opus
work
-fy
to make
sopor
sleep
vox, vocis
voice
verbum
word
banal
completely ordinary
somnolent
sleepy, drowsy
reticent
reluctant, unwilling
cogent
forcefully convincing
circumlocution
wordy indirect speech