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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From talk +‎ -some. Compare Dutch spraakzaam (talksome).

AdjectiveEdit

talksome (comparative more talksome, superlative most talksome)

  1. Given to much speaking; talkative; wordy.
    • 1895, Eiríkr Magnússon, William Morris, The Saga library:
      King Sigurd answered somewhat shortly: "Be thou as talksome as it pleases thee, but let me hold my peace for thee."
    • 2011, Sandra Hill, The Very Virile Viking:
      With all the inventions they have in this new land, you would think some man would have invented a zip-her for a talksome woman's mouth.