Dreams involving 'Sword' involve:
  • more aggressive social interactions
  • more perceptions of achromatic colors like white, gray, and black
  • more perceptions of all color
  • more fantastic beings such as angels, mosters, fairies, etc
  • more perceptions through vision
  • more animals
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What is the meaning of 'Sword' in dreams?

sword

To dream that you wear a sword, indicates that you will fill some public position with honor. To have your sword taken from you, denotes your vanquishment in rivalry. To see others bearing swords, foretells that altercations will be attended with danger. A broken sword, foretells despair.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

sword

To dream of having a sword, is a sign of poverty: if you dream of seeing a man flourish one of these weapons, it foretells you will make a loss. A young girl who imagines her lover wears a sword, had better give up all ideas of silks and satins, and learn how to cook and wash, for she will be a poor man’s wife.

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

sword

This is a sign of danger, sudden illness, or even death; it also betokens slander and dangerous gossip; to lovers it is a bad omen of quarrels; a sword in its sheath shows honour and glory for someone dear to you; a broken sword predicts the triumph of an enemy.

Telling Fortunes By Tea Leaves, by Cicely Kent

wounds

To dream you are wounded, is a very favorable omen, especially if it be with a sword. To the lover, it denotes success in your amours, and with an agreeable partner, who will be faithful and affectionate. To the tradesman, profit; and to the farmer, increase in his cattle and plentiful crops. To the sailor, a profitable voyage, with success in love.

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

bread

A loaf of bread is a sign of the commonplace and of monotony; several loaves give warning against waste and extravagance, for a shortage of corn is threatened; loaves of bread with crossed swords above them predict mutiny and disaffection among those whom the world trusted.

Telling Fortunes By Tea Leaves, by Cicely Kent