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san [ muški rod ]

Psihička aktivnost tokom spavanja.
Sahan (tur.)
Skraćenica za santo (svet, sveti) (herb.)

dream [ imenica ]
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ETYM Akin to OS. drôm, Dutch droom, German traum, Icel. draumr, Dan. and Swed. dröm; cf. German trügen to deceive, Skr. druh to harm, hurt, try to hurt. AS. dreám joy, gladness, and OS. drôm joy are, perh., different words; cf. Greek thrylos noise.
Series of events or images perceived through the mind during sleep. Their function is unknown, but Sigmund Freud saw them as wish fulfillment (nightmares being failed dreams prompted by fears of “repressed” impulses). Dreams occur in periods of rapid eye movement (REM) by the sleeper, when the cortex of the brain is approximately as active as in waking hours. Dreams occupy about a fifth of sleeping time.
If a high level of acetylcholine is present (see under brain), dreams occur too early in sleep, causing wakefulness, confusion, and depression, which suggests that a form of memory search is involved. Prevention of dreaming, by taking sleeping pills, for example, has similar unpleasant results. For the purposes of (allegedly) foretelling the future, dreams fell into disrepute in the scientific atmosphere of the 18th century.
Lucid dreaming is where the dreamer is actually aware that they are in a dream and can control events to some extent. Approximately 6of adults will experience a lucid dream, and 1experience them monthly.A series of mental images and emotions occurring during sleep; SYN. dreaming.
A state of mind characterized by abstraction and release from reality.
Imaginative thoughts indulged in while awake; SYN. dreaming.
Someone or something wonderful.

repose [ imenica ]
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ETYM French repos. Related to Repose.
A disposition free from stress or emotion; SYN. quiet, placidity, serenity, tranquility.

rest [ imenica ]
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(Homonym: wrest).
A state of inaction.
A support on which things can be put.
Euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb); SYN. eternal rest, sleep, eternal sleep, quietus.

sleep [ imenica ]
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ETYM as. slaep; akin to OFries. slęp, os. slâp, Dutch slaap, Old High Germ. slâf, German schlaf, Goth. slęps. Related to Sleep.
State of natural unconsciousness and activity that occurs at regular intervals in most mammals and birds, though there is considerable variation in the amount of time spent sleeping. Sleep differs from hibernation in that it occurs daily rather than seasonally, and involves less drastic reductions in metabolism. The function of sleep is unclear. People deprived of sleep become irritable, uncoordinated, forgetful, hallucinatory, and even psychotic.
In humans, sleep is linked with hormone levels and specific brain electrical activity, including delta waves, quite different from the brain's waking activity. rem (rapid eye movement) phases, associated with dreams, occur at regular intervals during sleep, when the eyes move rapidly beneath closed lids.
Species that do not have distinct periods of sleep (most invertebrates and fishes, for example) have short intervals of reduced activity throughout a given 24-hour period. Extensive periods of sleep may have developed to make animals inconspicuous at times when they would be vulnerable to predators.
A natural and periodic state of rest during which consciousness of the world is suspended; SYN. slumber.
A period of time spent sleeping; SYN. nap.
A torpid state resembling sleep.

slumber [ imenica ]
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A dormant or quiescent state.

vision [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. visioun, French vision, from Latin visio, from videre, visum, to see.
A religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance.
A vivid mental image.
The perceptual experience of seeing; SYN. visual sensation.



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