- a spokesman
- a chairman
Origin of prolocutorL, an advocate from past participle of proloqui, to declare from pro, for + loqui, to speak
A presiding officer or chairperson, especially of the lower house of a convocation in the Anglican Church.
Origin of prolocutorMedieval Latin prōlocūtor from prōlocūtus past participle of prōloquī to speak forth prō- forward ; see pro- 1. loquī to speak ; see tolkw- in Indo-European roots.