Bell

1. Celebration, freedom and joy. 2. An alarm or alert (as in “call to arms,” or just a doorbell). 3. Time to wake up (alarm clock bell). 4. Creative power (sexual connotation of bell and clapper or tongue). 5. Impotence (no clapper).

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Alarm

To hear an alarm bell in your sleep signifies a situation that is giving you much anxiety.

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Alarm clock

(Timepiece) Seeing an alarm clock in a dream means exposing ills, richness of a poor person, or fulfilling a promise. (Also see Clock)

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Gong

To hear the sound of a gong while dreaming, denotes false alarm of illness, or loss will vex you excessively.

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Bigamy

1. Entering a new phase of life (especially for a man). 2. A need for discretion. 3. A division of loyalties or devotions (if the “arrangement” is not approved of or is met with alarm). 4. A sign of drain, loss of strength.

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Gong

To see a gong, or hear the sound of a gong in your dream, signifies a false alarm of illness.

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Syringe

To dream of a syringe, denotes that false alarm of the gravity of a relative’s condition will reach you. To see a broken one, foretells you are approaching a period of ill health or worry over slight mistakes in business.

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Drum

1. Feelings of being out of rhythm or out of step—often with life, sometimes socially. 2. Success and pleasure achieved by a strong and assured personality. 3. An alarm or call for help, possibly from a loved one. 4. The heartbeat, possible illness, anx­iety or excitement (as in “heart beating like a drum”).

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Fire Engine

1. A continuing high state of anxiety, alarm (especially if the truck fails to reach its destination). 2. Good fortune comes after scary times. 3. May be guilty of unpleasant behavior (espe­cially if riding the truck).

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Clock

(Timepiece; Watch) A clock in a dream represents money equal to the time setting when seen in one’s dream. An alarm clock in a dream means exposing ills, richness of a poor person and fulfilling a promise.

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