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lethargy

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Etymology

From Ancient Greek ληθαργία (lēthargia), drowsiness) from λήθαργος (lēthargos), forgetful, lethargic) from λήθη (lēthē), forgetfulness) + ἀργός (argos), not working).

Noun

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Singular
lethargy

Plural
lethargies

lethargy (lethargies)
  1. A state of fatigue, sluggishness and inactivity
  2. A state of apathy with lack of emotion or interest
  3. A state of comatose torpor (as found in sleeping sickness)

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