However featured, this noble animal in a dream is a sex symbol and signifies that you’ll have no need to worry about your attraction and/or ability in regard to sex relations.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
The elk is a member of the deer family, so any meaning associated with it will be based on a foundation involving grace, beauty, watchfulness, and the ability to navigate the symbolic forests of our unconscious. Being larger than a deer but less so than a moose, the elk carries a medium weight of power as an animal totem.
If the elk in your dream has antlers, then the amount of his medicine is increased. Either way, when an elk appears in your dream, you are being guided through a journey into hidden territory.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams
Being in nature. Points to the basics of life and longing for freedom and simplicity; if held captive, you are unable to live out your physical urges, your male instincts, your need to roam about.
The image of the elk is also connected to the sense of wide-open spaces that is usually expressing a longing for mental clarity and openness. As a mighty animal, the elk elicits awe about the nature of passion.
A symbol of self-development and redemption. Also masculine power and superpower. In myth, it corresponds to the “Huhertus Elk,” a white elk with a cross between his antlers.
To see him is considered a sign of special grace.
Folklore: Erotic meaning.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
If you dreamed of a moose in its natural habi- tat, you can expect a beneficial change of cir- cumstances, unless you shot it, in which case you can expect some family trouble which has been brewing to boü over. A baby moose in your dream means a lucky break— probably in connection with a journey. See also Animals.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
Stately and powerful, the moose is a study in understatement. We rarely see moose in any other posture but stillness, but the amount of brutal strength they possess is astronomical. They are a symbol of restrained power and aggression. They are enormous in size, yet graceful in movement. These contradictions are at the very heart of their medicine as an animal totem. When the moose appears in a dream, you are being introduced to a level of great power that is best understood as a function of that power’s potential rather than of actual expressions of violence.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams
Exploration of or sensitivity to your environment.
Large (in size, presence, personality, etc.).
Feeling clumsy, or the idea that clumsiness is okay as long you “get the job done.” Dreaming of this animal can represent too much or not enough of one of those qualities, or someone or something you associate with the quality or animal.
Consider also the animal’s actions, context, and your feelings about it.
See also: Animal; Elk... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary