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Ten Non-English Words for Sleep

Quite short on it this week... I'll take any of these versions.

Ten Non-English Words for Sleep
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    1. \Sognare\ - Italian

    This word embodies the act of dreaming peacefully, a state of slumber where the mind wanders freely.

    2. \Schlummern\ - German

    A gentle and light sleep, often associated with a sense of relaxation and tranquility.

    3. \Siesta\ - Spanish

    While commonly known for a midday nap, the word also represents a peaceful and restful sleep.

    4. \Dodo\ - Mauritian Creole

    Derived from the extinct dodo bird, this word indicates a deep and undisturbed sleep.

    5. \Sove\ - Danish

    A word that signifies the act of sleeping deeply and soundly, feeling completely rested upon waking.

    6. \Tsukareru\ - Japanese

    Describes the feeling of being tired or exhausted, often leading to a deep and fulfilling sleep.

    7. \Nidra\ - Sanskrit

    Refers to a state of deep sleep, where the mind is at peace and the body is fully relaxed.

    8. \Dormir\ - French

    Beyond just sleeping, this word conveys the essence of resting and recharging the body.

    9. \Dolce Dormire\ - Italian

    Literally translating to \sweet sleep,\ it emphasizes the comfort and tranquility of a peaceful slumber.

    10. \Slumre\ - Norwegian

    A term that signifies a light and delicate sleep, often accompanied by a sense of serenity and calmness.

    Each of these words from different languages encapsulates the diverse nuances and depths of the universal experience of sleep, offering a glimpse into the cultural perspectives on rest and rejuvenation.

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