Dreams involving 'Widow' involve:
  • more elements related to fire
  • more perceptions through taste
  • more sexual social interactions
  • less school or related things
  • more elements related to earth
  • more family members
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What is the meaning of 'Widow' in dreams?

widow's bonnet

This sign must be read in connection with other symbols; sometimes it foreshows grief and mourning, or if dots are round it, that a sum of money or a legacy may be expected from a widow.

Telling Fortunes By Tea Leaves, by Cicely Kent

drunkenness

To dream you are drunk, is loss in business; but success in love; to a woman, it denotes she will be beloved by a stranger; and to a man that he will be married to a rich young widow. To the married it denotes domestic bliss. To see a drunken man, shows that you will be guilty of some foolish action.

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

peacock

To dream of seeing this beautiful bird, is a very good omen. It denotes great success in trade. To a man, a very beautiful wife, much riches, and a good place. To a maid, a good and rich husband. To a widow, that she will be courted by one who will tell her very fine tales without being sincere. It also denotes prosperity by sea and a handsome wife in a distant port.

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

yacht

To dream you see a yacht under full sail, while you are on shore, is a sign you will soon fall in love with a pretty maid, or widow. To dream you are sailing in a yacht with a pleasant breeze, is a good omen, and denotes success in business, and to lovers, happiness. Dreams of sailing on smooth water are good to all persons, but to dream the weather is stormy, predicts quarrels and strife. (See Ship and Boat.)

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

basket

For a man to dream of baskets is evil; it denotes decay of business to a merchant, want of employment to a mechanic, and loss of place to a servant; but if a woman dreams she receives a number of baskets it is a good omen, and especially so if well filled; to a maiden it denotes that she will have many new lovers; to a wife, that she will have an increase in her family, and to the widow, that she will soon marry again.

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