The meaning of Turkey in dream | Dream interpretation
Have you been foolish or irresponsible in some way? Or have you not been thinking clearly? Alternatively, the turkey is associated with Thanksgiving, and therefore suggests family and a time of togetherness.
If you are hunting turkeys in your dream, this suggests that you are trying to succeed through dishonest means.
If the turkey is flying, you may soon rise from obscurity into a position of prominence.
If you see sick or dead turkeys, your pride may have been injured in some way.
Turkey is at the north-east end of the Mediterranean Sea in southeast Europe and south-west Asia. Should images of Turkey or of Turkish visitors feature in your dream, this may refer to hidden intelligence or quiet wisdom behind an unlikely exterior.
Usually represents silly attitudes, unwise ways of doing things. Being taken into something, not using judgment. Feast, celebration, praise, as in Thanksgiving.
This bird has various meanings depending on the action in your dream.
If you saw one strutting and/ or heard it gobbling, it por- tends a period of confusion due to instability of your friends or associates; a flock of turkeys predicts community recognition or public honors; if you killed one, you can expect a stroke of good luck; and if you dressed, cooked, or served it in your dream, it prophesies a long period of prosperity. However, if you ate it, you are likely to make a serious error of judgment, so be very care- ful regarding any impor- tant matters which may be pending.
To dream of seeing turkeys, signifies abundant gain in business, and favorable crops to the farmer.
To see them dressed for the market, denotes improvement in your affairs.
To see them sick, or dead, foretells that stringent circumstances will cause your pride to suffer.
To dream you eat turkey, foretells some joyful occasion approaching.
To see them flying, denotes a rapid transit from obscurity to prominence.
To shoot them as game, is a sign that you will unscrupulously amass wealth.
Dreams of turkey signify that you are connecting to the martyr archetype, becoming saintly and virtuous in your willingness to sacrifice yourself so that others may live and have a better life.
If you dream of a turkey dinner, then this represents that you are feasting on an attitude of gratitude and abundance. See Thanksgiving and Bird.
A dream about turkeys that are walking around in a field signifies abundance. See Birds.
1. Abundance is in the ofﬁng, often in terms of family life.
2. Taking things seriously (as in “talking turkey”).
3. Not taking things seriously, playing the fool.
Trouble with your friends and with your business customers or associates.
To dream about a turkey indicates that you have been foolish, especially if the turkey is walking or dancing around. You are not thinking clearly these days. Other turkey dream meanings: A flying turkey foretells a rapid rise in your status at work or socially.
A flock of turkeys predicts community recognition.
To see sick or dead turkeys in your dream, denotes an attack to your pride.
To dream that you hunt turkeys, signifies that you will acquire wealth through dishonest means.
To prepare, cook and/or serve turkey in your dream predicts a long period of prosperity.
To dream of eating turkey means that you need comfort because of a recent episode of embarrassment or emotional hurt. It also warns against making errors in judgement - be very careful.
A live turkey means you will be asked to make a speech.
A dead or cooked turkey forebodes involvement in a scandal.
To dream of a turkey indicates that you have made some unwise decisions. You are foolish and have no sense of direction. Alternatively, it may mean Thanksgiving and a time for family and celebration.
To see a sick or dead turkey in your dream denotes an attack on your pride.
To see a flying turkey in your dream predicts a sudden rise to success.
To dream that you hunt turkeys signifies that you will gain fortune through illegal means.
The turkey is today a food for celebrations and festivals.
Dreaming of one can, therefore, denote that there may be good times ahead.
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Though a turkey is a bird and therefore merits some attention as an animal totem, in the United States it is almost entirely synonymous with the Thanksgiving holiday.
For Native Americans, the turkey comes to honor the act of giving and receiving.
If a turkey comes gobbling into your dream, you may expect to receive a gift. Associated with Thanksgiving, the turkey may mean you are entenng a time of appreciation for life’s fulfillment.