somnambulant
adjective Date: 1866 1. walking or having the habit of walking while asleep 2. resembling or having the characteristics of a sleepwalker ; sluggish

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  • somnambulant — 1843 (n.); 1866 (adj.), from L. somnus “sleep” (see SOMNOLENCE (Cf. somnolence)) + ambulantem (nom. ambulans), prp. of ambulare (see AMBLE (Cf. amble)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • somnambulant — somnambulism ► NOUN ▪ sleepwalking. DERIVATIVES somnambulant adjective somnambulist noun somnambulistic adjective. ORIGIN from Latin somnus sleep + ambulare to walk …   English terms dictionary

  • somnambulant — adjective walking as if, or while, asleep See Also: somnambulate, somnambulism, somnambulist …   Wiktionary

  • somnambulant — som·nam·bu·lant säm nam byə lənt adj walking or tending to walk while asleep …   Medical dictionary

  • somnambulant — adj. walking while asleep …   English contemporary dictionary

  • somnambulant — som·nam·bu·lant …   English syllables

  • somnambulant — sämˈnambyələnt adjective Etymology: somnambul + ant : walking or addicted to walking while asleep * * * somnamˈbūlant adjective and noun • • • Main Entry: ↑somnambulance …   Useful english dictionary

  • somnambulate — somnambulant, adj., n. somnambulation, n. /som nam byeuh layt , seuhm /, v.i., somnambulated, somnambulating. to walk during sleep; sleepwalk. [1825 35; < L somn(us) sleep + AMBULATE] * * * …   Universalium

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