noctambulist
noun Etymology: Latin noct-, nox night + -ambulist (as in somnambulist) — more at night Date: circa 1731 a person who walks while asleep ; sleepwalker

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Noctambulist — Noc*tam bu*list, n. A somnambulist; a sleepwalker. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • noctambulist — See noctambulism. * * * …   Universalium

  • noctambulist — noun (obscure) a person who walks at night. A rarer term for somnambulist, a sleepwalker …   Wiktionary

  • noctambulist — noc·tam·bu·list || nÉ‘k tæmbjÉ™lɪst /nÉ’k tæmbjÊŠ n. sleepwalker; one who is moonstruck or dazed …   English contemporary dictionary

  • noctambulist — [nɒk tambjʊlɪst] noun rare a sleepwalker. Derivatives noctambulism noun Origin C18: from L. nox, noct night + ambulare walk + ist …   English new terms dictionary

  • noctambulist — n. See noctambulo …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • noctambulist — n sleepwalker, noctambule, somnambulist, somnambulator, somnambulant. See alsonightwalker …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • noctambulist — noc·tam·bu·list …   English syllables

  • noctambulist — See: noctambulism …   English dictionary

  • noctambulist — n. a sleepwalker. Derivatives: noctambulism n. Etymology: L nox noctis night + ambulare walk …   Useful english dictionary

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