slǣp-wērig

slǣp-wērig, adj: ‘sleep-weary’, weary and sleepy, sleepily weary, so tired as to sleep. (SLAP-WAY-rih / ˈslæːp-ˌweː-ɹɪj)

sleep
British Library, Harley 4431. ‘L’Épître Othéa’. Morpheus bringing sleep to a man in a bed.

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