somnambulist

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From Latin somnus (sleep) + ambulō (to walk).

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somnambulist (plural somnambulists)

  1. A person who walks about in his or her sleep; a sleepwalker.
    • 1824, Sir Walter Scott, St. Ronan's Well, ch. 17:
      The clergyman floundered a moment, as is usual with an absent man who is recovering the train of his ideas, or a somnambulist when he is suddenly awakened.

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [som.nam.buˈlist]

Noun[edit]

somnambulist m (plural somnambuliști)

  1. somnambulist

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