noun, plural col·lo·qui·ums, col·lo·qui·a [kuh-loh-kwee-uh] /kəˈloʊ kwi ə/.
Origin of colloquium
Examples from the Web for colloquium
Nor are these Names by any Means more illustrious, than those we meet with in the Colloquium.An Essay on Criticism|John Oldmixon
noun plural -quiums or -quia (-kwɪə)
Word Origin for colloquium
early 17c., "conversation, dialogue," from Latin colloquium "conversation" (see colloquy). Also as a legal term; meaning "meeting, assembly, conference, seminar" is attested from 1844.