Word of the Week: Lethargic

Lethargic: having a lack of energy and feeling weak; lazy or drowsy. It comes from the Greek word ληθαργικός (lethargikos), which means ‘drowsy’, and was first used in the 1590s. 

Example Comic on a Sluggish Day:

How To Say ‘Lethargic’ In Different Languages:

ItalianLetargico (pronounced leh-tar-gee-co)
Korean무기력 한 (pronounced mugilyeog han; also means helpless)
FilipinoNakapag-aantok (pronounced nah-ka-pang ahn-toke; drowsy)
RomanianLetargic (pronounced leh-tar-gik)
SwedishSlö (pronounced sluh)

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