noun or revery
- A state of dreaming while awake
- "Defago looked up quickly, as from an interrupted reverie, a reverie, however, that had not prevented his seeing all that went on about him."
Etymology: First attested circa w:fourteenth century, fourteenth century, "caper, frolic," from reverie, "revelry," from resver, "to dream, rave," of uncertain origin. Modern sense of "daydreaming" is first attested w:1657, 1657.
- Italian: sogno ad occhi aperti
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