Dreams involving 'Baby' involve:
  • more cognition involving speech
  • more animals
  • more family members
  • more perceptions through touch
  • more perceptions of all color
  • more perceptions through vision
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What is the meaning of 'Baby' in dreams?

nursing

For a woman to dream of nursing her baby, denotes pleasant employment. For a young woman to dream of nursing a baby, foretells that she will occupy positions of honor and trust. For a man to dream of seeing his wife nurse their baby, denotes harmony in his pursuits.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

baby

A naked baby near consultant is a sign of sadness and disappointment caused by those who are nearest and dearest; to some it is a sign of money worries; a baby in arms means reconciliation.

Telling Fortunes By Tea Leaves, by Cicely Kent

rattle

To dream of seeing a baby play with its rattle, omens peaceful contentment in the home, and enterprises will be honorable and full of gain. To a young woman, it augurs an early marriage and tender cares of her own. To give a baby a rattle, denotes unfortunate investments.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

baby

To dream of crying babies, is indicative of ill health and disappointments. A bright, clean baby, denotes love requited, and many warm friends. Walking alone, it is a sure sign of independence and a total ignoring of smaller spirits. If a woman dream she is nursing a baby, she will be deceived by the one she trusts most. It is a bad sign to dream that you take your baby if sick with fever. You will have many sorrows of mind.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

cradle

To dream of a cradle, with a beautiful infant occupying it, portends prosperity and the affections of beautiful children. To rock your own baby in a cradle, denotes the serious illness of one of the family. For a young woman to dream of rocking a cradle is portentous of her downfall. She should beware of gossiping.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller