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sopor

[ soh-per ]
/ ˈsoʊ pər /
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noun
Pathology. a deep, unnatural sleep; lethargy.
Often sopors. Slang. methaqualone.
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Origin of sopor

1650–60; 1970–75 for def. 2; <Latin
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British Dictionary definitions for sopor

sopor
/ (ˈsəʊpə) /

noun
an abnormally deep sleep; stupor

Word Origin for sopor

C17: from Latin: a deep sleep, death; related to somnus sleep
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Medical definitions for sopor

sopor
[ sōpər, -pôr′ ]

n.
A deep, lethargic, or unnatural sleep.
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