In dreams, a human bone represents strength, the structure and support within yourself, and the need to be aware of your basic instincts.
If you are burying a bone, perhaps you are hiding something about yourself or saving something for the future.
If you are digging up bones, you are remembering something from the past. Broken bones may reveal your insecurities, depending on which limb is broken. For example, a thick plaster cast around a broken leg in a dream can suggest reluctance to face up to problems that are hindering your progress.
Dreams that feature the spine, back or backbone are all symbols of your moral power and your strength and ability to stand up for yourself; but if you dream about the pelvis, it refers to your sexual functioning as a whole, including your reproductive success. The pelvis also links in with the way you merge with someone else in a relationship, or if you can allow that merging to happen. Some dreams show the pelvis connected with snakes or lizards; this is a symbol of powerful instinctual drives and urges that can flow up your spine and expand your consciousness.
If you saw a skeleton in your dream, especially if it was in a cupboard, are you concerned that certain things in your life you are trying to hide may come out into the open? The symbol could also refer to feelings or talents you have cut off or killed in real life.
If you see a complete skeleton, you may need to reconsider the full structure of your life. The skull and crossbones are a symbol of danger but since the skull is a representation of the head, it can also symbolize intellectual ability. To be conscious of your skull is to appreciate your intellectual skills. To see a skull where there should be a head represents a part of the person that has died. To dream that you are talking to a skull is to recognize the need to be talking to people with whom you may have lost contact. When a skull is talking to you, a part of you that has been rejected or denied is coming back to life. As symbols of death, if you were frightened by skeletons, skulls and bones in your dream, this could point to your fear of dying or of a loved one’s demise.... The Element Encyclopedia
As the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Elvis may make a return appearance on the stand of your dream to get you moving or to demonstrate the need to get passionate about your work or relationship. His gyrating hips may mention that it is time to loosen up a bit. He may mention that you are about to gain the highest honor and recognition for your artistic achievement, or that you are about to be treated royally. In a woman’s dream, he may announce a new flame.... Ariadne's Book of Dream
The whole sphere of sexuality and sensuality, not just the sex act. Our unconscious often connects sex with giving oneself, a death of self, and making connections or bonds— obviously reproduction, also. Penis and testicles: see penis in this entry. In a man’s dream: what he is doing with his sexual urge.
A woman’s dream: her feelings about sex with a male. What she is doing to a male or the male in herself. See vagina and penis in this entry. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences