leth·ar·gy /ˈlɛθɝʤɪ/ 名詞
Leth·ar·gy n.; pl. -gies
1. Morbid drowsiness; continued or profound sleep, from which a person can scarcely be awaked.
2. A state of inaction or indifference.
Europe lay then under a deep lethargy. --Atterbury.
Leth·ar·gy, v. t. To lethargize. [Obs.]
n 1: a state of comatose torpor (as found in sleeping sickness)
[syn: lassitude, sluggishness]
2: weakness characterized by a lack of vitality or energy [syn:
3: inactivity; showing an unusual lack of energy [syn: languor,