Morpheus


Morpheus (MOR-fee-yus)

Noun:

-The Greek god of dreams, son of Hypnos (Somnus - Latin name).

Latin, from Greek

Used in a sentence:

“Those who tarry too long in the arms of Morpheus are subject to forfeiture.”

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