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lethargic

[luh-thahr-jik] /ləˈθɑr dʒɪk/
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or affected with lethargy; drowsy; sluggish.
2.
producing lethargy.
Also, lethargical.
Origin
1350-1400
1350-1400; < Latin lēthargicus < Greek lēthargikós; replacing Middle English litargik < Medieval Latin litargicus (see lethargy, -ic)
Related forms
lethargically, adverb
hyperlethargic, adjective
nonlethargic, adjective
nonlethargical, adjective
nonlethargically, adverb
unlethargic, adjective
unlethargical, adjective
unlethargically, adverb
Synonyms
1. lazy, indolent, torpid.
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Word Origin and History for lethargical
lethargic
late 14c., litargik, from L. lethargicus, from Gk. lethargikos, from lethargos (see lethargy). Related: Lethargically.
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