(Dove; Ringdove; Turtledove) Seeing a pigeon in a dream means glad tidings. It is also said that God Almighty will accept the prayers ofone who sees pigeons in his dream. In a dream, a pigeon also represents a trustworthy messenger, a truthful friend, a comforting beloved, a chaste wife, striving to sustain one’s family, or […]
Birds, in general, mean success. Flying birds indicate a coming journey. To have a bird land on your hand, arm, or head means an unexpected love is coming into your life. To kill a bird, or find a dead bird, is an ill omen. Gypsies in different parts of England have different ideas about dreams […]
(Car racing; Competition; Contest; Horse race; Pigeon racing) Racing on foot in a dream means activities, actions, accomplishments, workout, amusement, playfulness, idling, a vacation, or travelling without a purpose. If a sick person sees himself racing in a dream, it means his death. If a poor person sees himself racing in a dream, it means […]
In a dream, the cooing of a pigeon represents a person of understanding, a scholar, a well mannered person, a gentle soul who has little money but many friends or the followers of a wise man. The cooing of a pigeon in a dream also represents the voice of a teacher. (Also see Sound of […]
(Dove; Pigeon; Ringdove) A turtledove in a dream represents a poet or a singer. Seeing a turtledove in a dream during the springtime means benefits and goodness, or it could mean the return of a long awaited traveller, satisfaction of one’s need, fulfillment of one’s intent, or overcoming distress. Seeing a turtledove during other seasons […]
(Dove; Pigeon; Turtledove) A ringdove in a dream represents a rebellious son, or a son who lies excessively, or a wife who lacks devotion and tenderness, who is void of piety, who lies constantly, who possesses a difficult character, orwho consents only to her own opinion and interpretations ofthings. A ringdove in a dream also […]
Dreams of a pigeon symbolize that someone is trying to send you a message, or that an important communication may be flying right over your head. See Messenger.
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Interpreted upon 3 sides: woman, child, [male] servant. *: a kind of the wild pigeon. (good)
(see Birds, Feathers, Wings) The ability to maintain your roots and find your way back home, even when circumstances try to steer you off course. Pigeons are excellent navigators. Fertility or productivity. Pigeons are close to rabbits in their ability to breed rapidly. A pictorial play on words representing someone who seems gullible (e.g., having […]
1. Charity, comfort and devotion. 2. A feeling of being blamed for other’s transgressions. 3. Homesickness, a desire to go home (as in “homing pigeon”). 4. Somewhat useful chatter and gossip, messages in the air.