Definition of edormio
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LNS
ēdormiō, ēdormīre, ēdormīvī, -
-, -, ēdormiī, -
edormio
verb (4th conjugation)
  1. to sleep out, sleep away
  2. to sleep off
Abbreviations
ē-dormio, īvi or ii, 4, v. n. and a., to sleep out, sleep away; to sleep off (rare, but class.; usually of persons who are intoxicated). Neutr. absol.: cumque (vinolenti) edormiverunt, etc., Cic. Ac. 2, 17, 52.

— Act., with acc.: edormi crapulam et exhala, Cic. Phil. 2, 12 fin.: nocturnum vinum, Gell. 6, 10 fin.

—Poet.: Fufius ebrius olim Cum Ilionam edormit, i. e. sleeps through the part of the sleeping Iliona, * Hor. S. 2, 3, 61: dimidium ex hoc (tempore) edormitur, is slept away, Sen. Ep. 99.
 
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