in the Odyssey, one of a people who ate the fruit of the lotus and consequently became indolent, dreamy, and forgetful of duty
- Lotus-eater or Lotus Eater Greek Mythology One of a people described in the Odyssey who lived in a drugged, indolent state from feeding on the lotus.
- A lazy person devoted to pleasure and luxury.
(plural lotus eaters)
- One of the Lotophagi (see Λωτοφάγος (Lōtophagos)).
- (figuratively) Someone with an easy life who does not worry about much.