The meaning of Thimble in dream | Dream interpretation
A dream denoting a vain search after work (Gypsy).
A happy love affair is predicted for a man who dreams of a thimble; for a woman, it prophesies a happy homelife, and the omen is intensified if the thimble was lost
For a woman to dream of losing her thimble predicts that she will be prominent among the women of her community.
If you use a thimble in your dreams, you will have many others to please besides yourself.
If a woman, you will have your own position to make.
To lose one, foretells poverty and trouble.
To see an old or broken one, denotes that you are about to act unwisely in some momentous affair.
To receive or buy a new thimble, portends new associations in which you will find contentment.
To dream that you use an open end thimble, but find that it is closed, denotes that you will have trouble, but friends will aid you in escaping its disastrous consequences.
Dreams of a thimble signify that you desire protection from the jabs and pokes of negativity from your inner critic
Thimble dreams denote insignificant personal anxieties.
1. Industry, employment.
2. A happy domestic life.
3. Happiness that comes from seeing to the needs of others.
To use a thimble in your dream means that you take care of others, instead of thinking of yourself and your own needs.
A dream of losing a thimble foretells trouble, possibly due to lack of money.
If you dreaming of receiving a thimble as a gift, or buying one yourself, you will make new friendships that will bring you much joy.
A thimble in a dream means money, a child, a wife, a young intelligent worker, a vehicle, travels, or a needed competitor for the better promotion of one’s business.
A thimble in a dream also means dire need, tight circumstances, difficulties, or perhaps it could represent one who is crafty and who deceives children. Placing a thimble in the wrong finger in a dream means committing adultery, neglecting one’s prayers, or the falling sick of the person such finger represents in the dream.
(Also see Fingers; Five fingers)
Figurative of a protection for the work of one’s hands, indicating success