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oneiric

 [o-ni´rik]
pertaining to or characterized by dreaming or oneirism.

o·nei·ric

(ō-nī'rik),
1. Pertaining to dreams.
2. Pertaining to the clinical state of oneirophrenia.
Synonym(s): oniric
[G. oneiros, dream]

oneiric

/onei·ric/ (o-ni´rik) pertaining to or characterized by dreaming or oneirism.

oneiric

(ō-nī′rĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or suggestive of dreams.

o·nei·ric

(ō-nī'rik)
1. Pertaining to dreams.
2. Pertaining to the clinical state of oneirophrenia.
[G. oneiros, dream]
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Anthropological studies of the dreams of the Tuareg have been limited to a 'dream key' based on twenty-two dreams gathered by Charles de Foucauld (de Foucauld and Motylinski 1984 [1922]), two reported by Casajus (1989), some references to herbalists' dreams and an article by Susan Rasmussen (Rasmussen 2006; 2015), as well as oneiric material resulting from my own fieldwork linked to the lives of poets and violinists (Dragani 2012; 2016).
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For the reader, therefore, the hint of an oneiric provenance is more significant and constitutive.