Symbolic of strength, Amos 2:9
Strong and reliable service; research the item, i.E. “Tree”, “table”, “bed”, etc.
Oak in a dream represents a difficult person who loves to hoard money, or it could represent a great shaikh, or a rich person. (Also see Oak tree; Tree)
The oak tree is a powerful dream symbol and mean that the dreamer is an honest and stable person whom others can trust with their secrets.
1. Endurance and strength.
2. Wisdom and truth.
To dream of an oak tree laden with acorns signifies increased income and a chance for advancement.
A forest of oaks is a sign of much prosperity. See Forest
An oak tree in a dream symbolizes strength and that you can adapt to any situation. You are tapping into your divine potential. See Tree.
To dream of seeing a forest of oaks, signifies great prosperity in all conditions of life.
To see an oak full of acorns, denotes increase and promotion.
If blasted oak, it denotes sudden and shocking surprises.
For sweethearts to dream of oaks, denotes that they will soon begin life together under favorable circumstances.
Strength and steady growth.
To dream that one sees a stately oak signifies to the dreamer riches, profit, and long life.
Lovers who dream of oak trees will begin their married life under the most auspicious circumstances, and if in this dream there are acorns visible, it is a prediction of beautiful children.
This sturdy tree in a dream is a splendid augury of solid success in your most important undertakings.
To see acorns dropping from an oak tree indicates a fortunate sudden turn in business.
To use oak in building foretells enduring prosperity».
(see Forest, Leaves, Trees)
In northern Europe, this tree is strongly affiliated with god figures, including Jupiter, Thor, and Zeus, giving it a masculine overtone, with the acorn becoming an emblem of fertility.
Strength, firm foundations, and longevity. In folk beliefs, the oak’s roots delve as far into the earth as its branches reach toward the sky.
An oak filled with acorns portends a promotion and financial increases.
Braver}’ and charity that benefits others. In Rome, any hero who saved the life of a citizen was crowned with a wreath of oak leaves and acorns.