slumberland etymology

English word slumberland comes from English slumber, English -land

Detailed word origin of slumberland

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
slumber English (eng) (figurative) A state of ignorance or inaction.. A very light state of sleep, almost awake. (intransitive) To be in a very light state of sleep, almost awake.. (intransitive) To be inactive or negligent.. (transitive, obsolete) To lay to sleep.. (transitive, obsolete) To stun; to stupefy.
-land English (eng) Used to form the name of a sphere of activity or interaction.. Used to form the name of a territory, country, or region.
slumberland English (eng) An imaginary place inhabited by those who are asleep.

Words with the same origin as slumberland

Descendants of -land
Aggieland Bechuanaland Chinkland Facebookland Fireland Germanland Gondwanaland Igboland Italian Somaliland Jewland Lapland Laplandic Maoriland Meyerland Naziland Onionland Somaliland Summerland Swahililand Switzerland Vacationland movieland slumland techland