Do you speak Spanish?
If so, then this blog post is for you!
It’s time to learn some new words while we sleep.
In this article, we will be talking about the meanings of different terms used in Spanish that have to do with sleeping.
Let’s get started! In Spanish, “dormir” means to sleep.
It comes from the Latin word quiescere which means to rest or be still and has a more literal meaning of simply lying down.
The verb dormir is conjugated by adding the following endings: present -o (I sleep), imperfect -aba (I slept), future-e (-ere)( I will sleep).
And conditional-era-(I would have slept). In general, it can mean either sleeping in bed with all one’s clothes on or undressing before going to bed as well as having sex.
The past participle form of dormir is usually translated as asleep but can also indicate that someone was drowsy or sleepy at any time.