loquacious \loh-KWAY-shuhs\, adjective:
- Very talkative.
- Full of excessive talk; wordy.
Loquacious comes from Latin loquax, "talkative," from loqui, "to speak."
- Someone or something that exudes an aura of pedophilia, such as a creepy old man with candy or an older van with tinted windows.
Watch out for the neighbor, he is sooooo pedolicious. Dude drives a pedovan and everything.
- Erie Canal: 160-mile (257 km.) waterway opened, offering a route from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson River (1825)
- Gunfight at the OK Corral: a legendary Wild West shootout in Tombstone, Arizona, killed three, wounded three, inspired movies; it did not actually take place in the corral (1881)
- Baby Fae: neonatal infant was given a baboon's heart by transplant surgeon Dr. Leonard L. Bailey in Loma Linda, California; she lived for 21 days (1984)
- Joseph Aloysius Hansom 1803 - Architect, inventor (the hansom cab)
- C.W. (Charles William) Post 1854 - Founder of Post cereals and products (Grape Nuts)
- Abby (Greene Aldrich) Rockefeller 1874 - Philanthropist: cofounder of New York Museum of Modern Art
- H.B. (Henry Byron) Warner 1876 - Actor (It’s a Wonderful Life, Lost Horizon, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, The Ten Commandments)
- Napoleon Hill 1883 - Writer (Think and Grow Rich)
- John S. (Shively) Knight 1894 - Reporter, editor, publisher (Knight-Ridder newspaper)
- Jack Sharkey 1902 - Boxer
- Primo Carnera 1906 - Boxer
- Mahalia Jackson 1911 - Singer
- Francois Mitterand 1916 - President of France (1981-1995)
- Neal Matthews 1929 - Musician (Jordanaires)
- John Arden 1930
- Rodney "Hot Rod" Hundley 1934 - Basketball player, sportscaster
- Bob Hoskins 1942 - Actor (Hook, Brazil, Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
- Michael Piano 1944 - Singer (The Sandpipers)
- Ivan Reitman 1946
- Keith Hopwood 1946 - Singer, musician (Herman's Hermits)
- Pat Sajak 1947 - TV host (Wheel of Fortune, The Pat Sajack Show)
- Toby (Colbert Dale) Harrah 1948 - Baseball player
- Steve (Stephen Douglas) Rogers 1949 - Baseball player
- Lauren Tewes 1954 - Actress (The Love Boat, Magic Kid, The China Lake Murders)
- D.W. Moffett 1954
- Rita Wilson 1958 - Actress (Sleepless in Seattle, Mixed Nuts, Runaway Bride)
- Cary Elwes 1962 - Actor (Twister, Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, Robin Hood: Men in Tights)
- Dylan McDermott 1962 - Actor (Twister, Steel Magnolias)
- Marla Maples 1963
- Natalie Merchant 1963 - Musician (10,000 Maniacs)
- Seth MacFarlane 1973 (Family Guy, Ted)