Dreams Starting with K


“K” – “The letter K may be symbolic of someone whose name begins with that letter. It might also represent a town, city or even building that…”


Kaleidoscope – “The kaleidoscope is a symbol constant change and beauty. Kaleidoscopes have inspired many children and artists to look…”


Kangaroo – “Kangaroos, like koalas, are cute animals that seem very fun. However, despite this popular view, kangaroos are actually more…”


Karaoke – “Karaoke is a symbol confidence. Dreaming about yourself singing karaoke-style songs, even if you are a horrible singer is…”


Karate – “Karate is a form of meditative physical exertion that is able to be used as an offensive or defensive fighting technique. Karate…”


Karma – “Karma is the idea that all actions have actions have an equal and opposite reactions that follow our soul through lifetimes and…”


Katydids – “Katydids are a symbol of evil. It is thought that the katydid resembles the plague of locusts that the Prophet John wrote about…”


Kayak – “The kayak represents a solitary journey on a river or other body of water. Solitary journeys represent self-enlightenment and…”


Keepsake – “Keepsakes come in the form of myriad objects. TO see one of your keepsakes in a dream is indicative of the time…”


Keg – “A keg may be filled with many things: fish, beer, food, gunpowder or even salt. To dream about a keg is a symbol of…”


Kennel – “Kennels, other than simply being a place to keep dogs, are also symbols of prison and confinement. No creature is meant…”


Ketchup – “Ketchup is a symbol of fake injury that is used in everyday popular culture for practical jokes and fun. Dreaming about…”


Kettle – “The kettle is a symbol of making tea and other hot drinks. These drinks that the kettle helps to heat water for are commonly…”


Key – “The key is one of the most archetypal symbols that you can dream about. Not only is it the central and most important element…”


Key Chain – “The key chain is a symbol of great power. It has been said that the power of any man can be measured by the number of…”


Key Maker – “The key maker is an archetypal demigod. To him, no door is impenetrable and no lock is safe. If you dream about the…”


Keyboard (Piano) – “Keyboards are an electronic instrument used in recording music. Dreaming about them as separate from…”


Keyboard (Computer or Typewriter) – “Dreaming about a keyboard is symbolic of a trapped message that you need to…”


Keyhole – “Keyholes are not only places to put keys, but also tiny windows into other worlds. Dreaming about a keyhole…”


Kick – “Dreaming about kicking can mean a countless number of things. If you dream that you are kicking a ball it usually means…”


Kickball – “Dreaming about kickball is normally simple and carefree.  It is difficult to determine what exactly kickball might…”


Kidnapper – “Dreaming about a kidnapper, whether they kidnap you or a loved one, represents danger and an immediate threat…”


Killing – “Dreaming about killing someone or someone being killed is very reminiscent of the kidnapping dream discussed above…”


Killer – “Dreaming about a killer is a symbol of a project or obstacle that stands in your current waking life or in the near future…”


Killer Whale – “The killer whale is a totem, just as are all animals. It represents peace and serenity that are also a little…”


Kimono – “The Kimono is a traditional garb of the Japanese people. It represents tradition, honor and duty. If you see yourself …”


Kindergarten – “Dreaming about kindergarten can mean many things. Kindergarten was for many of us the first experience…”


King – “Dreaming about a king is symbolic of power and grace. If you are in the presence of a king in you dream it means that…”


Kissing – “Dreaming about kissing can be a very intimate thing. If you dream about kissing a complete stranger it means that you will…”


Kitchen – “Dreaming about a kitchen may simply mean that you are hungry in your sleep. However, if this is not the case…”


Kite – “Kites are symbols of winds and childhood. As such kites often represent growing pains and obstacles that allow us to…”


Kitten – “Kittens are fierce, yet cute creatures. Dreaming about them is a symbol of comfort at best. For the most part, however, kittens…”


Kiwi – “The kiwi, being a fruit, is a symbol of plenty and a tiding of good things to come. Its hairy exterior is symbolic of…”


Kleenex – “Kleenex can represent illness, such as a cold or extreme sadness and depression. Alternatively, tissues can…”


Knapsack – “Knapsacks are a symbol of a short outing or hike. Dreaming about a knapsack is akin to dreaming about a lunchbox…”


Knee – “The knee is a symbol of fealty. If you dream about kneeling or being on your knees, see Kneeling below. If you dream…”


Kneeling – “Kneeling is a symbol of respect and fealty. Dreaming about kneeling in front of someone is a sign that you not…”


Knife – “To see that you are holding a knife in your dream would suggest a symbol of aggression or anger. There could be something…”


Knight – “Knights represent honor, courage and chivalry in all their glory. Knights, in your dreams are symbols of protection. If you…”


Knitting – “Knitting is a symbol of handcraft, and tactile interaction with reality. Dreaming about knitting a garment is a contrast…”


Knob – “The knob represents the beginning of a new path in your life. Because you must turn the knob and open the door in order…”


Knock – “Dreaming about knocking on a door is a symbol of new things entering into your life. It is important understand that nothing…”


Knots – “The art of knotting is an ancient form of communication. Sailors, soldiers and statesmen all used knots to communicate…”


Koala – “Dreaming about koalas can mean several non-specific things that are best interpreted by the dreamer herself. Koalas are…”


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Stephen is a self confessed dream junkie that loves all things dream related. He is a writer for Dream Stop and has been working in the field of dreams for the past decade. He believes that the YOU are the only person who can truly understand the meaning of your dreams. You have to look inside your inner thoughts to find the hidden truths in your dream. These interpretations are for entertainment purposes only. Stephen's interpretations should be considered an opinion, not professional advice.

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