1- Dreaming of nails, as in woodworking. suggests our ability to bond things together. The holding power of the nail may also be significant. Finger and toe nails usually suggest claws or the capability of holding on. 2- The penetrative power of the nail may be significant if the dreamer is having difficulty with issues […]
(Fastener) In a dream, a nail represents a commander or a governor. A nail in a dream also represents attainment of one’s goal. Fastening a nail to a piece ofwood in a dream means getting married. Nails in a dream also could represent an army, and they could signify strength and benefits. Swallowing nails in […]
Vision: Finding a nail: your wealth will continue if you are more careful with your money. Putting a nail in a wall: you will learn that telling the truth is to your advantage; you also should expose an opponent. Particularly long fingernails arc a warning about speculating on a risky venture. Sec Fingernails.Depth Psychology: A […]
Bonding; holding power, male sexuality. Nail in bor*,. consciousness painfully bound to physical reality. Idioms; hit the nail on the head; tough as nails; nailbiting; bed of nails; nail in ones coffin.
Nail polish brings beauty and expression to a woman’s hands and to her feet. Thus, putting on nail polish in a dream may comment on your getting ready to express something beautiful through your work.
Dreams of a nail represent that you are attempting to hold something together or to bond with something or someone. Perhaps this dream is telling you that you are right in your assessment of your current situation, and that you have hit the nail on the head. See Fingernails.
Left: if we are right handed, the left represents the less dominant or expressed side of oneself, or the parts of our nature we try to hide or suppress. If we write or knock in a nail using our right hand, we will hold the paper or nail with our left. So left leg or […]
A nail symbolises a person who assists people in solving their problems.
(see Hammer, Tools) Someone who is being, or trying to be, impenetrable and rugged (e.g., “tough as nails”). The ability and wherewithal to hold things together. What objects get nailed together in this case is quite significant. Being unjustly accused and sentenced (as Christ) by those around you, often a peer group. Alternatively, being caught […]
Similar to Needle, or “hitting the nail on the head.”