Speaking in one's sleep

Grandiloquent dictionary. 2006.

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  • somniloquy — talking in one s sleep, 1847, from somni , comb. form of somnus sleep (see SOMNOLENCE (Cf. somnolence)) + loqui to speak (see LOCUTION (Cf. locution)). Related: Somniloquence; somniloquent (1804); somniloquist; somniloquous; somnilo …   Etymology dictionary

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