somnambulism [ som-nam-byuh-liz-uhm, suhm- ]
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Origin: 1790–1800; < New Latin somnambulismus, equivalent to somn(us) sleep + ambul(āre) to walk + -ismus-ism
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"Somnambulism," however, is too vague and undefined a term for our present discussion.
HUMAN PERSONALITY AND ITS SURVIVAL OF BODILY DEATH|FREDERICK W. H. MYERS
Somnambulism is, with Luther, the result of diabolical agency.
GERMAN CULTURE PAST AND PRESENT|ERNEST BELFORT BAX
Various changes are effected in the perceptions and faculties of those persons in whom somnambulism has been induced.
CURIOSITIES OF MEDICAL EXPERIENCE|J. G. (JOHN GIDEON) MILLINGEN
Regarding the causes of dreams and somnambulism, there are many theories, all of which are more or less untenable.
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