In a dream, plums in season represent health and welfare. Otherwise, out of season, plums represent distress and difficulties. However, everybody draws benefits from seeing a plum tree in a dream. If one sees himself eating a sweet and ripened plum in a dream, it means that he will satisfy his pleasures, passions, and wantonness. […]
To see or eat a plum in your dream symbolizes youth and vitality. The plum may also represent your self-image and the way you are feeling about your body. You may be feeling a little “plump”.
See Peaches, Pears for similar interpretation. The exception is the dried plum which becomes a prune, indicating that the dreamer should wait a reasonable time before making a decision.
1. A positive omen of youth, vitality and abundance. 2. A measure of happiness and success (note the stage of ripeness or general condition of the plum). 3. A cure for possible emotional “constipation,” repression (to encounter or eat prunes).
(Rod; Wand; Scepter; Stick) In a dream, a staff represents a distinctive, strong, generous and a helpful person. Holding a staff in a dream means depending on a person who also carries some imprints of hypocrisy. Through such a person, one will attain his goals, gain strength and overcome his enemy. Leaning on a hollow […]
(Ibn Seerin’s Dictionary of Dreams) An apple tree in a dream represents a good man who serves and cares about his community. A crack in a tree in a dream represents members of one’s family who will brace against him. A palmyra tree in a dream represents a wise man, a poet, or an astronomer. […]
Valuable and desirable; research color; see “fruits”