Depending on the environment in the dream the camel can represent the unusual or bizarre.
It also represents available resources and obedience to a basic principle.
Bactrian camel(See Milk)
CamelIf you dream about a camel, you need to be more careful about saving money.This dream can also mean you are carrying too many problems on your shoulders and you need to experss your feelings.
CamelThe spiritual significance of animals harks back to ancient times.The camel suggests dignity as the bearer of royalty.
CamelPsychologically the camel can represent stamina and self-sufficiency.
Camel(Arabian camel; Bactrian camel; Ride) Riding a camel who is obedient to his master in a dream means solving one’s problem at the hand of a foreigner.Ifan Arab helps resolving one’s problem in the dream, it means that the person in the dream will perform a pilgrimage to God’s House…
Camel(India, interpretation of dreams) Heavy burdens will come upon you. You will meet with heavy disasters. But you will bear with heroism.
Camel driverIn a dream, a camel driver represents a manager, a guide, a sailor, the captain of the ship, travels, or death of a sick person.
Camel litter(See Palanquin)
Gurgle of a camel(See Sound ofAnimals)
MilkIng a camel(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a she-camel(See Milk; Milking)
CamelOne who carries a heavy burden under hard circumstances and fearful working conditions
Camel Hair ClothingSee “camel” and “clothing”
Camel1. Responsible. 2. Faithful. 3. Durable. 4. Unhealthful (smoking “camels” or some other cigarette). 5. Forbearing. 6. Able to store up resources for surviving leaner times.
CamelSymbolic of something that is impossible to accomplish without God’s help, Mark 10:25
CamelA dream of many burdens patiently borne (Artemi- dorus) ; modern symbol of patience and submission.
CamelCamels are a warning omen to be more conservative.
Cow Milk, Camel Milk and Buffalo MilkAll three symbolise prosperity and goodness, sheep milk also symbolises prosperity and goodness but to a lesser degree than the former.
Milk of Wild CamelIt symbolises progress in one’ Deen.
CamelA camel sometimes symbolises a journey, sometimes grief and at other times a huge and healthy person_depending on circumstances. The same is the case when a strong, red camel is seen.