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somnus ī, m

SOP-, sleep : somnum capere: Somnum videre, T.: somno se dare: vincti somno, L.: oppressi somno, Cs.: te ex somno excitabunt: somno solutus sum: palpebrae somno coniventes: in somnis vidit ipsum deum, in sleep : ea si cui in somno accidunt: ducere somnos, i. e. protract slumber , V. Pocula ducentia somnos, causing sleep , H.: Verba placidos facientia somnos, O.: dispositi, quos supra somnum habebat, to watch over , Cu.: conditque natantia lumina somnus, V.: labi ut somnum sensit in artūs, O.: Libra die somnique pares ubi fecerit horas, i. e. of day and night , V.: longus, i. e. death , H.—Person.: Somnus, a divinity, son of Erebus and Nox , V., O.Sleep , sloth, drowsiness, inactivity, slumber, idleness : dediti ventri atque somno, S.: somno et conviviis nati.

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