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sopor (n.)

Latin, "deep sleep, lethargy," from PIE *swep-os-, suffixed form of root *swep- "to sleep."

updated on May 25, 2017

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Definitions of sopor from WordNet

sopor (n.)
a torpid state resembling deep sleep;
Synonyms: sleep
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