short strait to the point. similar to Turse
Dr. T: Those advance study questions are Laconic.
Student: what does that word mean.
Dr. T: look it up
Student: Urban dictionary say's "a woman who talks alot"
Dr. T: Fix it, it means short and to the point
Student: ill do it "laconicly"
A word derived from the region of Greece named Laconia, the capital city of which is Sparta
. It means to speak in a concise way, as the Spartans often did.
Philip II of Macedon: "You are advised to submit without further delay, for if I bring my army into your land, I will destroy your farms, slay your people, and raze your city."
An adjective used to describe individuals who are brief in speech and communication; some one who is quiet and answers questions and talks in short answers and sentences.
Laconic individuals get straight to the point, where in some instances people may misconstrue it as rudeness or creepiness.
Person: Have we met?
Laconic person: No.
Person: But you know me.
Laconic Person: I know of you. We haven't met.
Person: So how exactly do you know me?
Laconic Person: I see you.
Person: Where? In public or in advertisements?
Laconic Person: Yes.
Person: Which one?
Laconic Person: Both.
talking an excesive amount
Yo, that chick is laconic,