1. Emotional and intellectual capacity, or “how much can one take.” 2. A measure of overall prosperity in life, achievements (note how full the plate is). 3. Domestic disharmony, arguments (to break a plate or see broken plates). 4. A period of “famine”—likely social, sometimes emotional (an empty plate).
In a dream, a plate represents one’s beloved, or it could mean going through hard times, or it could represent locusts or money. A plate in a woman’s dream represents the best man in her circles. If a man sees a plate in his dream, it represents the most respected woman in his circles. If […]
1. A measure of good fortune, sometimes ﬁnancial security, depending on how full the plate is. 2. Domestic difﬁculties (broken dishes). 3. Feelings of being overwhelmed—usually with powerful emotions, often responsibilities. 4. Repressed feelings of sexual attraction to another (old-fashioned wordplay on “dish”). 5. Domestic bliss (washing dishes).
To see a license plate in your dream represents liberty and the freedom to run your own life.
Copper plate seen in a dream, is a warning of discordant views causing unhappiness between members of the same household.
To dream of something being broken symbolizes loss or damage. On a mundane level, if a favourite object or childhood toy is broken we need to make changes and break from the past. If a limb is broken we may be prevented from moving forward or carrying out a certain action.
The removal of whatever postscript that was appended to one’s plate of business
1. Friendship; a full jug indicates many friends or friends of good quality. 2. Health and/or employment; a broken jug may indicate possible illness or work-related problems. 3. Exciting new adventures (a broken jug).
To hear the sad sweet strains of a harp, denotes the sad ending to what seems a pleasing and profitable enterprise. To see a broken harp, betokens illness, or broken troth between lovers. To play a harp yourself, signifies that your nature is too trusting, and you should be more careful in placing your confidence […]
(Bonesetter) An orthopedist who corrects skeletal deformities and sets broken bones in a dream represents a pious governor who governs with justice, teaches righteousness, balances substances and conforms to equanimity. Seeing an orthopedist in a dream also means presumptuousness, might and audacity. He also represents officiousness, adroitness and resoluteness, for he discards the deficient and […]