SLUM'BER, verb intransitive
1. To sleep lightly; to doze. He that keepth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. Psalms 121:4.
2. To sleep. slumber is used as synonymous with sleep, particularly in the poetic and eloquent style.
3. To be in a state of negligence, sloth, supineness or inactivity. Why slumbers Pope?
SLUM'BER, verb transitive
1. To lay to sleep.
2. To stun; to stupefy. [Little Used and hardly legitimate.]
1. Light sleep; sleep not deep or sound. From carelessness it shall settle into slumber and from slumber it shall settle into a deep and long sleep.
2. Sleep; repose.
Rest to my soul, and slumber to my eyes.