dormitar

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Portuguese[edit]

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Borrowed from Latin dormītāre, present active infinitive of dormītō.

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dormitar (first-person singular present indicative dormito, past participle dormitado)

  1. to doze or nap

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin dormītāre, present active infinitive of dormītō; cf. also the Old Spanish adormidado, which may have been inherited from the Latin verb's past participle[1].

Verb[edit]

dormitar (first-person singular present dormito, first-person singular preterite dormité, past participle dormitado)

  1. to doze or nap

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