She plots Six's graphs and statistics while playing Seven's sleep video in double time, watching the patterns and listening to him do his somniloquy in a high-pitched Chipmunk voice. From Wordnik.com. [Intersomnolence] Reference
In any case, it turned out there was no room for sleepwalking in the book, because I got so interested in narcolepsy and insomnia and sleeptalking, or somniloquy. From Wordnik.com. [Fast Times at King William's High] Reference
"How long are we going to wait out here?" complained Nawin in his somniloquy. From Wordnik.com. [An Apostate: Nawin of Thais] Reference
Apparently, talking in one's sleep is a form of parasomnia termed somniloquy. From Wordnik.com. [LJWorld.com stories: News] Reference
Almost 61 percent of subjects in group three reported experiencing somniloquy at least "rarely" in the last year, and 40.9 percent reported somnambulism. From Wordnik.com. [PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories] Reference
The study distinguished the dream-enacting behavior of speaking out loud some of the words of a dream about talking from somniloquy (sleep talking), which was defined as speaking or making sounds during sleep without clear recall of an accompanying dream. From Wordnik.com. [PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories] Reference
Sleep talking man, somniloquy. From Wordnik.com. [Smash the Rotating Mr. Alligator or Somniloquy] Reference
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