I wish somebody would explain how to conjugate "loquuntur," possibly in the Tips and Notes? It is just so strange. It doesn't fit with verb conjugation in any other language I have studied!
Open the conjugation table here:
It is strange because 'loquor' is a so called deponent verb [dēpōnō = lay aside] which means they lay aside their passive denotation: they have passive forms but active meaning.
Would "dicunt" also be OK here?
I think "dicere" means "to say". You speak with someone and you say something.
I didn't see this meaning in the dictionary. Which one do you use?
I have "To proclaim, make known.
IReligious meaning: to dedicate, consecrate, devote any thing to a deity or to a deified person.