colloquy

  1. a conversation especially a formal one
  2. formal conversation

Colloquy

• (n.) In some American colleges, a part in exhibitions, assigned for a certain scholarship rank; a designation of rank in collegiate scholarship. • (n.) Mutual discourse of two or more persons; conference; conversation.
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Colloquy

(from the article `English literature`) ...of the Saints), as well as homilies not in these cycles; a Latin grammar; a treatise on time and natural history; pastoral letters; and several ...
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colloquy

noun formal conversation
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Colloquy

[law] In law, a colloquy is a routine, highly formalized conversation. Conversations among the judge and lawyers (as opposed to testimony under oath) are colloquys. The term can be applied to the conversation that takes place when a defendant enters into a plea bargain and the judge is supposed to verify that the defendant understands that ...
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Colloquy

[religious] A religious colloquy is a meeting to settle differences of doctrine or dogma, also called a colloquium (meeting, discussion), as in the historical Colloquy at Poissy, and like the legal colloquy, most often with a certain degree of judging involved. Religious colloquies are relatively common as a means to avoid calling full syno...
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Colloquy

[software] Colloquy is an open-source IRC, SILC, ICB and XMPP client for Mac OS X. Colloquy uses its own core, known as Chat Core, although in the past it used Irssi as its IRC protocol engine. One of the primary goals behind Colloquy was to create an IRC, SILC and ICB client with Mac OS X visuals. Colloquy contains a user interface that fo...
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Colloquy

Col'lo·quy noun ; plural Colloquies . [ Latin colloquium . See Collocution .] 1. Mutual discourse of two or more persons; conference; conversation. « They went to Worms, to the colloquy there about religion. A. Wood. » 2. In s...
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colloquy

colloquy, colloquize A talking together; a conversation, a dialogue (a conversation between two people).
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colloquy

speaking together; mutual discourse
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colloquy

[n] - a conversation especially a formal one 2. [n] - formal conversation
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