intransitive verb : to laugh loudly or immoderately
This one is delicious.
from col– together + –loquium speaking, from loqui to speak
- A talking together; a conversation, dialogue. Also, a written dialogue.
- A meeting for conference.
- Church blah blah.
All the modern dictionaries mention that it’s specific to elevated speech/conversation. Interesting that “colloquial” is used to mean common speech.
- (of light) flash or sparkle.
‘the light was coruscating through the walls’
Early 18th century from Latin coruscat- ‘glittered’, from the verb coruscare.
NB: Never doubt my commitment to Sparkle Motion.