Meaning of noctambulator in English:

noctambulator

Pronunciation /nɒkˈtambjʊleɪtə/

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noun

  • A person who walks about at night, a noctambulist.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in John Davidson. From nocti- + ambulator or its etymon classical Latin ambulātor, perhaps after noctambulation. Compare later noctambulate.