PRONUNCIATION: in-tuhr-LOK-yuh-tuhr, -yoo

MEANING: noun: One who takes part in a conversation or dialogue, especially as a representative of an organization.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin inter- (between) + loqui (to speak). Earliest documented use: 1518.


INTERNLOCUTOR - representative to the Student AMA

INTERLOCUTORY - Speaker in Parliament of a British political party

ENTERLOCUTOR - Hamlet comes on stage (maybe that should be "Picard-of-Borg" comes on stage?)

And - for real - wasn't Mr. Interlocutor the man in the middle of the Minstrel Show line, the one who did all the talking?