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snore

 (snôr)
intr.v. snored, snor·ing, snores
To breathe during sleep with harsh, snorting noises caused by vibration of the soft palate.
n.
1. The act or an instance of snoring.
2. The noise so produced.

[Middle English snoren, to snort, from fnoren, from Old English fnora, sneezing; see pneu- in Indo-European roots.]

snor′er n.

snore

(snɔː)
vb
(Physiology) (intr) to breathe through the mouth and nose while asleep with snorting sounds caused by vibrations of the soft palate
n
(Physiology) the act or sound of snoring
[C14: of imitative origin; related to Middle Low German, Middle Dutch snorken; see snort]
ˈsnorer n

snore

(snɔr, snoʊr)

v. snored, snor•ing,
n. v.i.
1. to breathe during sleep with hoarse or harsh sounds caused by the vibrating of the soft palate.
n.
2. the act, instance, or sound of snoring.
[1300–50; Middle English snoren (v.), c. Middle Low German, Middle Dutch snorren]
snor′er, n.

snore

, snort - Like snort, which originally meant "snore," snore is from a Germanic base imitative of the sound.
See also related terms for snort.

snore


Past participle: snored
Gerund: snoring

Imperative
snore
snore
Present
I snore
you snore
he/she/it snores
we snore
you snore
they snore
Preterite
I snored
you snored
he/she/it snored
we snored
you snored
they snored
Present Continuous
I am snoring
you are snoring
he/she/it is snoring
we are snoring
you are snoring
they are snoring
Present Perfect
I have snored
you have snored
he/she/it has snored
we have snored
you have snored
they have snored
Past Continuous
I was snoring
you were snoring
he/she/it was snoring
we were snoring
you were snoring
they were snoring
Past Perfect
I had snored
you had snored
he/she/it had snored
we had snored
you had snored
they had snored
Future
I will snore
you will snore
he/she/it will snore
we will snore
you will snore
they will snore
Future Perfect
I will have snored
you will have snored
he/she/it will have snored
we will have snored
you will have snored
they will have snored
Future Continuous
I will be snoring
you will be snoring
he/she/it will be snoring
we will be snoring
you will be snoring
they will be snoring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snoring
you have been snoring
he/she/it has been snoring
we have been snoring
you have been snoring
they have been snoring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snoring
you will have been snoring
he/she/it will have been snoring
we will have been snoring
you will have been snoring
they will have been snoring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snoring
you had been snoring
he/she/it had been snoring
we had been snoring
you had been snoring
they had been snoring
Conditional
I would snore
you would snore
he/she/it would snore
we would snore
you would snore
they would snore
Past Conditional
I would have snored
you would have snored
he/she/it would have snored
we would have snored
you would have snored
they would have snored
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.snore - the rattling noise produced when snoringsnore - the rattling noise produced when snoring
noise - sound of any kind (especially unintelligible or dissonant sound); "he enjoyed the street noises"; "they heard indistinct noises of people talking"; "during the firework display that ended the gala the noise reached 98 decibels"
2.snore - the act of snoring or producing a snoring soundsnore - the act of snoring or producing a snoring sound
breathing, external respiration, respiration, ventilation - the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation; the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation
Verb1.snore - breathe noisily during one's sleep; "she complained that her husband snores"
breathe, take a breath, suspire, respire - draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs; "I can breathe better when the air is clean"; "The patient is respiring"
Translations
شخرشَخيريَشْخُريَغُطُّ فِي النَّومِ
chrápatchrápání
snorkesnorken
kuorsata
hrkati
horkolhorkolás
hrjótahrota
いびきをかく
코를 골다
knarkimasknarkti
krākšanakrākt
chrápaniechrápať
smrčati
snarka
กรน
horlamakhorlama
ngáy

snore

[snɔːʳ]
A. Nronquido m
B. VIroncar

snore

[ˈsnɔːr]
vironfler
nronflement m

snore

nSchnarchen nt no pl
vischnarchen

snore

[snɔːʳ]
1. n to give a loud snorerussare sonoramente
2. virussare

snore

(snoː) verb
to make a noise like a snort while sleeping, when one is breathing in. He was obviously asleep because he was snoring loudly.
noun
an act of snoring.

snore

يَغُطُّ فِي النَّومِ chrápat snorke schnarchen ροχαλίζω roncar kuorsata ronfler hrkati russare いびきをかく 코를 골다 snurken snorke chrapnąć roncar храпеть snarka กรน horlamak ngáy 打鼾

snore

n. ronquido;
vi. roncar.

snore

vi roncar
References in classic literature ?
He snored peacefully and regularly; but one eye was not perfectly shut.
Tommy Brock snored industriously, with rather a snort.
Occasionally a drop splashed over; but still Tommy Brock snored regularly and never moved,--except one eye.
Some time in the night, while this young fellow snored - Mrs.
At sunset the giant returned, supped upon one of our unhappy comrades, slept and snored till dawn, and then left us as before.
Pinocchio snored away happily as if his feet were not his own.
The tennis ball was useless because I just automatically slept on my side and still snored.
1 mmol/L), people with missing blood glucose values ( n = 141), and people who were unaware of whether they snored during sleep ( n = 909) were excluded.
Researchers examined the occurrence of snoring and sleep apnea in 1,300 Swedish children ranging in age from 0-11 years and found that approximately 5 percent of the examined children snored several times a week.
I have been using my Snore Solution now for over a year - and in that time I have NEVER SNORED - NOT ONCE.
Scientists found that women who snored in their sleep three or more nights per week had a higher risk of poor delivery outcomes, including smaller babies and Caesarean births.
We recently found that children who snored loudly at both ages two and three years had more symptoms of hyperactivity, inattention, aggression, and even depression at age three than those who snored at only one age (but not both) and those who rarely snored.