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"In cubiculo et in atrio dormimus."

Translation:We sleep in the bedroom and in the atrium.

November 24, 2019



ātrium ātria Either from Ancient Greek αἴθριον (aíthrion, “under the sky, open”), āter, Etruscan

CubiculōCubiculumCubicula A small bedroom; bedchamber. • From Cubō (lie down) +‎ -culum.

DormīmusDormīreDormiō • From Proto-Italic Dormiō, from PIE drem- (“run, sleep”). • Cognates include Old Church Slavonic дрѣмати (drěmati, “to drowse, doze”), Russian дрема́ть (dremátʹ), Sanskrit द्राति (drāti, “to sleep”), Ancient Greek δαρθάνω (darthánō, “I sleep”).


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