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To dream of a rooster, foretells that you will be very successful and rise to prominence, but you will allow yourself to become conceited over your fortunate rise.

To see roosters fighting, foretells altercations and rivals.

The meaning of this symbol could be very much like that of chickens.

However, the rooster represents male energy and possibly aggression.

If you ever observed a rooster in a hen house you would notice that they are very aggressive, demanding, and territorial.

This dream may be pointing to these characteristics inside of you or others.

A rooster crowing is a traditional wake-up call on a farm while in literature it is sometimes symbolic of some type of a warning.

If the rooster in your dream is crowing, think about your current situation and if this dream is a wake-up call in regard to a situation in your life. See also: Chickens

To see a rooster in your dream indicates that you, or someone you know, is being a show-off.

To hear a rooster crowing in your dream symbolizes bragging and self-glorification.

To see roosters fighting in your dream signifies rivalry and arguments.

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