Dreams involving 'Rat' involve:
  • more fantastic beings such as angels, mosters, fairies, etc
  • more perceptions of all color
  • more elements related to air
  • more friendly social interactions
  • more aggressive social interactions
  • more perceptions through touch
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What is the meaning of 'Rat' in dreams?


To dream of rats, denotes that you will be deceived, and injured by your neighbors. Quarrels with your companions is also foreboded. To catch rats, means you will scorn the baseness of others, and worthily outstrip your enemies. To kill one, denotes your victory in any contest.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller


To dream of falling into a rat-trap, denotes that you will be victimized and robbed of some valuable object. To see an empty one, foretells the absence of slander or competition. A broken one, denotes that you will be rid of unpleasant associations. To set one, you will be made aware of the designs of enemies, but the warning will enable you to outwit them.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller


To dream of this proud bird, is a sign of poverty; if you imagine that he spreads his tail, and exhibits all his finery, so much the worse. For a girl to dream of a peacock, shows that she will have an empty-headed fop for a lover, who will turn out to be as poor as a rat.

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


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


To dream of seeing rats is a sign of having many enemies. If you are attacked by rats, and get the better, it betokens you will overcome your difficulties. If they should tear you, and make you run away, then expect some heavy misfortune.

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