Dream Interpretation Oath | What does the Oath symbol mean? | Seeing Oath in Dream

Oath Dream Meanings

What does Oath mean in dream?

Oath | Dream Meanings


oath
(See Shameful act)

Islamic Dream Interpretation by
Whenever you take an oath in your dreams, prepare for dissension and altercations on waking.

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation by
An oath given in a dream is more reliable than one given when awake, but spiritual conditions must be met and kept

Dream Dictionary Unlimited by
1. Some kind of strife exists in one’s life.

2. Need to prove that one is honest.

3. Refusing to take an oath indicates that one is dishonest.

4. One dislikes someone intensely (blood oath, curse).


New American Dream Dictionary by
Taking an oath in your dreams portends many fights and arguments in your present situation.

If you refuse to take an oath and leave the area this portends an immediate change in your relationships for the better.


Tryskelion Dream Interpretation by
Truthfulness. You want to have willpower and be dependable in times of (inner) insecurity. Relationship and commitment to something.

Little Giant Encyclopedia by
Depth Psychology: Dreaming of taking an oath suggests that it is time to be more open; it is the only way to solve present problems. Committing perjury means “you like to solve your problems using unethical means.

Dreamers Dictionary by
Taking an oath in your dreams portends many fights and arguments in your present situation.

If you refuse to take an oath and leave the area this portends an immediate change in your relationships for the better.


Encyclopedia of Dreams by
A comfortable salary and good position will be yours.

Mystic Dream Book by
A dream of taking an oath reflects that you are dealing with your relationship obligations and commitments, and the need to walk your talk. Consider the feeling tone. See Vows and Marriage.

Strangest Dream Explanations by
See promise and vow

Dream Meanings of Versatile by
(see Notarization)

In dreams, these usually represent the promises and commitments made to yourself. Oaths may also reflect obligations for which you feel responsible.


The Language of Dreams by
Suggests you ought to make a decision in a particular situation, or that important responsibilities to yourself are being neglected.

Little Giant Encyclopedia by