somnus

Latin, meaning: sleep.
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Somnus

Roman god of sleep.
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Somnus

Somnus The Latin god of sleep. The Greek name was Hypnos. Somnus is said to have lived in “a cave from which all light was excluded, and to which all sounds and noises of the world penetrated either not at all or dully muffled.” The rooster never called there to Aurora, nor was there a watchdog or goose to disturb the silence. No wild beast,
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Somnus

Somnus was an alternative name for the Greek and Roman god Hypnos.
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Somnus

[horse] Somnus is a retired British champion Thoroughbred racehorse. One of the best European two-year-olds in 2002, he developed into a leading the following year when he won the Group One Haydock Sprint Cup. As a four-year-old he won two more Group One races in France- the Prix Maurice de Gheest (2004) and the Prix de la Forêt- and was n
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