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  • Pertaining to a duologue or conversation between two people: formed from either Latin duo "two" or a less-standard transcription of Greek δυο-, normally dyo-. But at least this spelling is more distinctive than dilogue or dyologue, which would be even closer to dialogue.

    Oh. French is a character, a professor—it's not a comment about the language.

    May 27, 2009

  • I'm not entirely certain what this means.

    May 27, 2009

  • Unfortunately French was not given to duologic conversation – he addressed the group, always.

    —Zadie Smith, On Beauty

    May 27, 2009