locutory definition

  • noun:
    • an area for conversation; specially, a-room in monasteries, where in actuality the monks were permitted to converse.
    • a space for discussion; specially, a space in monasteries, where in fact the monks had been allowed to converse.
    • a-room for discussion; particularly, a place in a monastery where in fact the monks were allowed to converse with those that weren't linked to the monastery, whenever silence was enjoined in other places.
  • others:
    • with respect to or creating message.

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