3rd person: aberthes
To sleep in a bed or dwell somewhere in general. Especially: To occupy a small room or chamber and/or sleep on a shelflike bed or bunkbed on a ship, train, etc∙.
This will be the sleeproom parentical. Just temporary. Because dignified it is not, for a scholar distinguished, to aberthe in an ordinary bedroom! (Context: A visiting family will be spending a night unexpectedly on 5 Misty Road. Grandma Estela prepares rooms for them, frustrated that she did not have enough upfront time to do it properly. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Slovak / Slovenčina (SK): ložírovať