oneiro-, oneir-, oniro-, onir-, -neir- (Greek: dream).
A peaceful state of mind following a pleasant dream.
In a state of depression following a nightmare.
A person who claims to have dreamed just once.
Persistent dreams about nudity.
The inability to differentiate between dreams and reality.
Resembling, relating to, or accompanied by dreams.
A condition marked by a dream prolonged from sleep into a period of waking; a dreamlike hallucination in a waking conditiion; an abnormal dreamlike state of consciousness..
The analysis of dreams as an important part of psychoanalytic treatment.
A judge or interpreter of dreams.
A reference to, practising , or an expert in, the interpretation of dreams.
The art of interpreting dreams.
Somnambulism or walking while asleep.
Dreaming about painful situations, nightmares.
Producing a dreamlike state; capable of causing dreams.
Dreaming of sexual subjects accompanied by emission of semen; also know as "wet dreams".
Resembling a dream; like a dream.
A specialist in oneirology or the study and interpretation of dreams.
The scientific study of dreams.
Divination or fortune-telling by dreams.
Someone who divines by dreams.
Resembling a dream as a partly forgotten experience.
Someone who is said to realize that he/she is dreaming while in a dream.
A fear of having dreams.
A fear of having wet dreams.
1. A state in which hallucinations occur, caused by such conditions as prolonged deprivation of sleep, sensory isolation, and a variety of drugs.
2. A form of schizophrenia characterized by a clouding of the consciousness.
Dreams of sexual intercourse.
Nocturnal emission of semen, usually related to erotic dreams; an effusion of semen during sleep.
Fantasizing about sex or prostitutes while dreaming.
A specialist in the analysis of dreeams.
Analysis of dreams as an aid in diagnosis of mental or other disorders.
Pertaining to or resembling a dream.
Giving rise to a dreamlike state.
Like or resembling a dream.
Morbid dreaming; disagreeable or terrifying dreams.