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loq/loc
Latin root that means "speak"
eloquent
speaks well
colloquial
referring to informal speech used in common talk
elocution
the art of effective public speaking
loquacious
talking a lot; fond of talking
ventriloquist
a person who can speak so the words appear to come from another source
lingu
Latin root that means "language"
linguistics
the study of "language" by experts
bilingual
knowing and being able to speak in two languages
linguine
a kind of pasta, cut into long, thin, flat pieces
linguist
a person who studies and speaks many languages
son
Latin root that means "sound"
consonant
a speech "sound" that isn't a vowel
dissonance
harshness and unpleasantness of sound; conflict; disagreement
resonate
to produce full, vibrant sound
sonic
of or about sound waves, which move away from a vibrating object
sonorous
giving out or having a deep, loud sound
unison
a sounding together at the same pitch and time; agreement