1. A good harvest. 2. A message, usually of a spiritual nature. 3. Peace, often domestic in nature.
DoveIf you dream of a dove, love is about to enter your life.
DoveAs the bringer of calm after the storm, in dreams the dove depicts the soul and the peaceful side of man’s nature.It is also a representation of the anima.
Dove(See Pigeon; Ringdove; Turtledove)
DoveA symbol of the holy spirit, peace and humility
DoveSymbolic of peace, rest, and the Holy Spirit, Ps. 55:6. A dove may also be symbolic of a young woman, Song. 2:14
DoveA fortunate dream denoting happiness and fidelity at home (Artemidorus). Originally an erotic symbol as the bird of Aphrodite, it became at a later date the bird of holiness, symbolizing the sacrificial offerings of the Hebrews. In the great Upanishads the human spirit is represented as a dove.
Turtle-DoveFidelity, gentleness and good house-keeping in the marriage partner (Gypsy).
A Turtle DoveA charming lady who loves pleasure and who has a passion for fun and merry-making.
A Ring-doveA ringed turtle dove symbolises an immodest, shameless woman who has no inclination towards Deen.
Eating or Owning a Ring-doveIf a person eats such a dove or owns it, it means he will have some business to do with a woman.
Acquiring the Feathers or Eggs of a Ring-doveIf he acquires its feathers or eggs by trapping it, it means he will coin some deceptive methods of trapping a woman.
Hunting a Ring-doveHunting it by any means such as a spear or stone means he will make false accusation against a woman.