Somnolent

• (a.) Sleepy; drowsy; inclined to sleep.
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somnolent

1. Drowsy; sleepy; having an inclination to sleep. ... 2. In a condition of incomplete sleep; semicomatose. ... Origin: L. Somnus, sleep ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Somnolent

Som'no·lent adjective [ French somnolent , Latin somnolentus , from somnus sleep, akin to Greek ..., Sanskrit svapna sleep, dream, svap to sleep, Icelandic sofa , Anglo-Saxon swefn sleep. Confer Hypnotic , Somnambulism , Soporific
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somnolent

somnolent 1. Tending to cause sleepiness or drowsiness; inclining to sleep. 2. Marked by sleepiness or slowness. 3. A reference to persons: Inclined to sleep; heavy with sleep; drowsy. 4. In a condition of incomplete sleep; semicomatose.
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Somnolent

Somnolent: Sleepy or tending to cause sleep. 'Somnolent' came from French. It descends from the Latin 'somnus' meaning 'sleep.' Also descended from 'somnus' are 'somnambulism' (sleepwalking) and 'insomnia' (the inability to sleep.)
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somnolent

Type: Term Pronunciation: som′nō-lĕnt Definitions: 1. Drowsy; sleepy; having an inclination to sleep. 2. In a condition of incomplete sleep; semicomatose.
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