How to Say Dreaming in Different Languages

Dreaming in Different Languages: Essentially, dreams are tales and visions our mind generates while we sleep. dreams can be vivid. You may feel glad, sad or terrified. And they might look complicated or completely logical. Dreams can occur during sleep at any time. But during a process called REM (rapid eye movement), while your brain is most involved, you have your most vivid dreams. Most experts say that we dream 4-6 times a night.

How to Say Dreaming in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Dreaming
Albanianëndërroja
Basqueametsetan
Belarusianсон
Bosniansanjam
Bulgarianмечтаете
Catalansomiant
Croatiansanjanje
Czechsní
Danishdrømmer
Dutchdromen
Estonianunenäod
Finnishdreaming
Frenchrêver
Galiciansoñando
Germanträumen
Greekόνειρα (óneira)
Hungarianábrándozás
Icelandicdreyma
Irishdreaming
Italiansognare
Latviansapņo
Lithuaniansvajoti
Macedonianсонување
Malteseħolm
Norwegiandrømmer
Polishmarzy
Portuguesesonhando
Romanianvisare
Russianсновидение (snovideniye)
Serbianсања (sanja)
Slovaksnívanie
Sloveniansanje
Spanishsoñando
Swedishdrömma
Ukrainianмріяти (mriyaty)
Welshbreuddwydio
Yiddishdreaming
Armenianերազելով
Azerbaijanixəyal
Bengalidreaming
Chinese Simplified做梦 (zuòmèng)
Chinese Traditional做夢 (zuòmèng)
Georgianოცნებობს
Gujaratiડ્રીમીંગ
Hindiसपना देखना
Hmongnpau suav
Japanese夢 (yume)
Kannadaಕನಸು
Kazakhармандау
Khmerសុបិន
Korean꿈꾸는 (kkumkkuneun)
Laoຄວາມຝັນ
Malayalamസ്വപ്നം
Marathiस्वप्न पहाणे
MongolianЗүүдлэх
Myanmar (Burmese)အိပ်မက်
Nepaliसपना देखाउँदै
Sinhalaසිහිනෙන්
Tajikхандидан
Tamilகனவு
Teluguకలలు
Thaiการฝัน
Turkishrüya görmek
Urduخواب دیکھنا
Uzbektush ko'rish
Vietnameseđang mơ
Arabicالحلم (alhulm)
Hebrewחולם
Persianرویا پردازی
Afrikaansdrome
Chichewakulota
Hausamafarki
Igbonrọ
Sesothoho lora
Somaliriyo
Swahiliinaelekea
YorubaDreaming
Zuluiphupha
Cebuanonagdamgo
Filipinopangangarap
Indonesianbermimpi
Javanesengimpi
Malagasymanonofy
Malaybermimpi
Maorimoemoea
Esperantosonĝante
Haitian Creolerèv
Latinsomnium

There’s a lot of theories why we dream but nobody really understands. Some scientists say dreams have no real meaning or purpose at all. Likewise, dreams are required for our social, emotional and physical wellbeing. Researchers have examined how dreams are important for our health and well-being.

For one research, scientists woke people just as they went to sleep into REM. They also observed that those who have not been permitted to dream had more anxiety, depression, distress.

Precognitive dreams are visions which seem to foretell a sixth sense of the future. All of us have these intuitive visions. We express our innermost desires and concerns on the basis of unconscious knowledge we may or may not remove.

We would need to have access to unpredictable knowledge about the future to have a genuinely precognitive dream with mystical origins. Precognition is difficult to prove for this purpose.

Our dreams are filled with knowledge, suggestions, encouragement and even warnings about us and our lives. The dreaming cycle is very profound and intense, in which we rely only on ourselves. We analyze our current problems, behavior and priorities by dreaming. We generate solutions, figure things out, look deeper into ourselves, gain an understanding of ourselves and of the situation in order to make better decisions.

Those of us who are dream experts and use dreams in our treatments in mental health have noticed that dreams are the most important form of therapy possible.

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