Dreams involving 'Acorns' involve:
  • more money or related things
  • more family members
  • more friendly social interactions
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What is the meaning of 'Acorns' in dreams?

acorn

Seeing acorns in dreams, is portent of pleasant things ahead, and much gain is to be expected. To pick them from the ground, foretells success after weary labors. For a woman to eat them, denotes that she will rise from a station of labor to a position of ease and pleasure. To shake them from the trees, denotes that you will rapidly attain your wishes in business or love. To see green-growing acorns, or to see them scattered over the ground, affairs will change for the better. Decayed or blasted acorns have import of disappointments and reverses. To pull them green from the trees, you will injure your interests by haste and indiscretion.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

acorn

This is a symbol of health, strength and gain through industry, a sowing of which you will see the reaping, a short journey from which there may be great results; good fortune and ease are predicted by several acorns.

Telling Fortunes By Tea Leaves, by Cicely Kent

oak

To dream of seeing a forest of oaks, signifies great prosperity in all conditions of life. To see an oak full of acorns, denotes increase and promotion. If blasted oak, it denotes sudden and shocking surprises. For sweethearts to dream of oaks, denotes that they will soon begin life together under favorable circumstances.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

oak

To dream of seeing a very large oak tree, and of gathering acorns under it, is a sign that some wealthy relative will leave you a fortune by will: if anybody dreams this who does not happen to have wealthy relations, it may turn out that somebody else will take the liberty of making a will in his or her favor; if not, a streak of good luck will come in some other way to make the matter right.

The Golden Wheel Dream-book and Fortune-teller by Felix Fontaine