One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1The action or fact of seeing someone or something in a dream, especially as a form of prophesy. Also (now chiefly): an instance of this; a vision experienced in a dream.
2A narrative mode, chiefly associated with medieval poetry, in which the author recounts an alleged dream, the subject of which is typically open to allegorical interpretation.
Early 18th century. From dream + vision.
dream vision/ˈdriːm ˌvɪʒn/
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