from Latin fāti-, comb. form of fātum fate + loquentem speaking; after Latin fātiloquus
1656-81 - Glossographia, Thomas Blount;
"Fatiloquent, speaking prophetically, declaring fate"
From: The Works of Rabelais,
Faithfully Translated from the French
By Sir T. Urquhart, 1871
Book III, Chap. XXII
How Panurge Patrocinates and Defendeth the Order of the Begging Friars