Dreams involving 'Sailor' involve:
  • more transportation or vehicles
  • more cognition involving imagination
  • more perceptions of achromatic colors like white, gray, and black
  • more cognition involving speech
  • more perceptions through touch
  • more aggressive social interactions
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What is the meaning of 'Sailor' in dreams?

sailor

To dream of sailors, portends long and exciting journeys. For a young woman to dream of sailors, is ominous of a separation from her lover through a frivolous flirtation. If she dreams that she is a sailor, she will indulge in some unmaidenly escapade, and be in danger of losing a faithful lover.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

strange place

To dream of being in a strange place, denotes a good legacy from a relation while in prison. To the lover, they show inconstancy and want of affection in the object of your love. To the sailor, sickness on the next voyage.

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

drum

To hear the muffled beating of a drum, denotes that some absent friend is in distress and calls on you for aid. To see a drum, foretells amiability of character and a great aversion to quarrels and dissensions. It is an omen of prosperity to the sailor, the farmer and the tradesman alike.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

nectarines

To dream of nectarines is ominous of strife between friends, of riches to the farmer and tradesman, of infidelity to lovers, of children to the married, of bad weather to the sailor, and to the poor they announce plenty and increase of wages.

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

ravens

To dream you see a raven, is a very unfavorable omen. It denotes mischief and adversity. In love, it shows falsehood; to the married, they forebode much mischief, through the adultery of your conjugal partner. To the sailor, they betoken shipwreck and much distress on a foreign shore.

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