Loquela

LOQUELA, practice. An imparlance. Loquela sine die, a respite in law to an indefinite time. Formerly by loquela was meant the allegations of fact mutually made on either side, now denominated the pleadings. Steph. PI. 29.

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Solis etenim in uno convenientibus actu eadem loquela remansit: puta cunctis archite-coribus una, cunctis saxa volventibus una, cunctis ea parantibus una; et sic de singulis operantibus accidit" (DVE I, 7, 7).
Tale, balbuziendo ancor, digiuna, che poi divora, con la lingua sciolta, qualunque cibo per qualunque luna; e tal, balbuziendo, ama e ascolta la madre sua, che con loquela intern disia poi di vederla sepolta.
Loquela vivida: donum natalicum Nicolao Sallman, Wurzburg: Konigshausen & Neumann, 81-86.
diphthong example example diphthong example (long) (short) ia chiave fianco ai mai ie (closed) niego bietta ei (closed) nei ie (open) miele niente ei (open) sei io (closed) biodo piombo oi (closed) voi io (open) piove fiocco oi (open) poi iu fiume piu au causa ua quale guanto eu (closed) feudale ue (closed) quesito quello eu (open) feudo ue (open) loquela seguente
Scribentis nomen si queras, ecce loquela Sub tribus implicita versibus inde latet.
E per dur questa opra a miglior fine (1) ricorro a quel fanciul che l'arco porta, "Signor," dicendo, "de l'alme divine, tu sei mio sir, tu sei guida e scorta; mie rime adorna tanto peregrine e la loquela mi fa tanto acorta che poner possa in cor amor e fede a chi non ha delli amanti mercede.
Primum nequam et maledictis plena: moechationes, homicidia, falsa testimonia, fornicationes, desideria mala, magicae, medicamenta iniqua, furta, uanae superstitiones, rapinae, affectationes, fastidia, malitia, petulantia, cupiditas, impudica loquela, zelus, audacia, superbia, altitudo, uanitas.
de mandato ipsius domini, de arabica loquela in hispanam transtulit, ut vitam et scienciam Machometi declararet .
3); <<Vocem et manifestationem Eius in creaturarum loquela semper audierunt>> (Gaudium et Spes, n.
Et est simile: aliquis est manifestus peccator; moritur absque confessione et sacramento penitentie in puncto morris, amissa loquela et omni expressione qua possit exterius confiteri aut ostendere se dolere de peccato; nichilominus interius conteritur; iste per ecclesiam judicabitur damnatus et secundum Deum erit salvus" (my emphasis): Boureau, Le pape et les sorciers, 65 (f.
84-86: "Pro se veto argumentatur alia, sciliciet oc, quod vulgares eloquentes in ea primitus poetati sunt tanquam in perfectiori dulciorique loquela, ut puta Petrus de Alvernia et alii antiquiores doctores.
Just as Dante managed to achieve the 'perfection of a common language' (1929: 35) in the Commedia writing in his native Florentine, but--and this is important--drawing on the whole gamut which his literary and personal experience offered him, from Provencal to Latin, from his propria loquela to other Italian dialects, from high to low registers, so Eliot's ambition seems to be to attain a European style writing in English by using the same linguistic scope and striking a similar balance between local and supranational, appealing thereby to English-speaking muliercule as well as to foreign intellectuals.