Etymology: From Ancient Greek (lethargia) "drowsiness", from (lethargos) "forgetful, ", from (lethe) "a forgetting, forgetfulness".
- A state of fatigue, sluggishness and inactivity
- A state of apathy with lack of emotion or interest
- A state of comatose torpor (as found in sleeping sickness)
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