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Throughout history, the dream has been an important phenomenon within the social life from holy books to various religions, beliefs and rituals. It is seen that the dream has a vital function, especially in the inferences about the future. In Turkish culture, one of the important elements of social life and institutions is a dream from mythic belief and thought system to Shamanism, epic poetry of love, from government to heal institution. The dream, which is important enough to determine the daily life of the Turks both in the pre-Islamic period and after the adoption of Islam, has continued its existence in written culture as well as oral tradition. The dream and its interpretations which have a great effect on the regulation and determination of daily life in Turkish culture, have been transmitted in the oral tradition for centuries. Also, traditional experiences and accumulations related to the dream have been written in historical periods. In this context, the works written in Chagatai include works called “dream interpretation”. These were passed from the oral tradition to writing in relation to the dream interpretation. The dream interpretation was written in H. 1347 (1928-1929). This work was taken by Swedish missionary Gunnar Hermansson from Yarkend, East Turkestan. The work was donated to the Swedish Lund University library in 1982. Nowadays, it is recorded in the same library as “Jarring Prov. 24” number. In this article, the dream term is examined in terms of content and function. In addition, from the text, dream interpretations and elements of the day were evaluated and transcribed text and typefaces were added at the end of the study.

Dream, Chagatai Turkish, Uyghur Turks, Gunnar Jarring.

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