Dreams involving 'Hand' involve:
  • more perceptions through vision
  • more cognition involving choice
  • more technology or related things
  • more perceptions of all color
  • more perceptions of achromatic colors like white, gray, and black
  • more cognition involving speech
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What is the meaning of 'Hand' in dreams?


If you see beautiful hands in your dream, you will enjoy great distinction, and rise rapidly in your calling; but ugly and malformed hands point to disappointments and poverty. To see blood on them, denotes estrangement and unjust censure from members of your family. If you have an injured hand, some person will succeed to what you are striving most to obtain. To see a detached hand, indicates a solitary life, that is, people will fail to understand your views and feelings. To burn your hands, you will overreach the bounds of reason in your struggles for wealth and fame, and lose thereby. To see your hands covered with hair, denotes that you will not become a solid and leading factor in your circle. To see your hands enlarged, denotes a quick advancement in your affairs. To see them smaller, the reverse is predicted. To see your hands soiled, denotes that you will be envious and unjust to others. To wash your hands, you will participate in some joyous festivity. For a woman to admire her own hands, is proof that she will win and hold the sincere regard of the man she prizes above all others. To admire the hands of others, she will be subjected to the whims of a jealous man. To have a man hold her hands, she will be enticed into illicit engagements. If she lets others kiss her hands, she will have gossips busy with her reputation. To handle fire without burning her hands, she will rise to high rank and commanding positions. To dream that your hands are tied, denotes that you will be involved in difficulties. In loosening them, you will force others to submit to your dictations.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller


If any one dreams that his hands are comelier and stronger than ordinary, he will be employed in some important affairs, which he will bring to a happy issue. If one dreams that his hand is cut off, or that it has grown lean and dry, or hath been burnt, he will grow poor. If a woman dreams thus, she will lose her husband, or her eldest son, or fall into a decay. If any one dreams that he works with his right hand, it is a sign of good fortune to him and his family. If with the left hand, that denotes bad luck. To dream the hand is hairy, signifies trouble and imprisonment.

The Witches' Dream Book; and Fortune Teller by A. H. Noe


To find yourself handcuffed, you will be annoyed and vexed by enemies. To see others thus, you will subdue those oppressing you and rise above your associates. To see handcuffs, you will be menaced with sickness and danger. To dream of handcuffs, denotes formidable enemies are surrounding you with objectionable conditions. To break them, is a sign that you will escape toils planned by enemies.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller


For a young woman to dream of palmistry, foretells she will be the object of suspicion. If she has her palms read, she will have many friends of the opposite sex, but her own sex will condemn her. If she reads others' hands, she will gain distinction by her intelligent bearing. If a minister's hand, she will need friends, even in her elevation.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller


To dream of warts on your left hand is a sign you will receive some money; if they are on the right hand, it foretells that you will pay away money: to dream of a wart on the nose, signifies that you will be distinguished; on the neck or bosom of a female, denotes riches.

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


A sign of good fellowship, loyalty, and affection; it may also indicate a parting, a meeting or a bargain concluded; other signs around it must be noticed in order to read its special meaning. See also

Telling Fortunes By Tea Leaves, by Cicely Kent