|Flashcards: Latin Derivatives|
without energy, interest, or enthusiasm; indifferent
At the end of three days of testing, even the best students had become languid.
Related English words: languidness, languish ( to become weak or lose energy), languor (lack of energy or vitality), languorous, languorousness
Latin root words: languidus, languida, languidum - faint, weak, sluggish, feeble; langueo, languere - to be faint, be weak; languor, languoris, m. - weariness, sluggishness, lassitude