There are a lot of different things in a lot of different languages that mean basically the same thing: Sleep well.
- English: Sleep tight, don't let the bedbugs bite
- Italiano: Buona notte, sogni d'oro
- Español: Sueña con los angelitos
What's the equivalent in Latin?
NB: To be clear, I'm looking for the "poetic" version -- for example, the Italian one means "dream of gold", and the Spanish "sleep with the angels". I can translate "Good night" on my own, probably.
Answers for either vulgar or formal classical Latin are acceptable. Vulgar is preferred; I'd like to know what the people said.
Thanks to the folks in chat for helping me with other languages' versions! Help starts here