See also Locutus of Borg.

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"Locutus" is not correct Latin for "speaker"; that would be "locutor", as in interlocutor. "Locutus", as the perfect deponent participle of the deponent verb "loqui" (to speak), means "he having spoken" or "He who just spoke", and would properly be followed by a form of the verb "esse" (to be) when in the perfect tense.

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The Borg speak Latin. . .
but not well.

This node has been corrected by Crux who is 1337 and mirv can't translate at all.

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