(Bleed; Drain; Tap) To suck someone in a dream means to take money from him. Sucking someone’s breast in a dream means swindling money from his wife. Sucking someone’s nose in a dream means taking money from his pocket. Sucking someone’s thigh in a dream means taking money from his clan.
(Message) Sendingor receiving a letter in a dream represents a respectable person, a rank, or a word of authority when personally delivered. If one sends a letter addressed to someone known, exhorting him to do good and eschew evil in a dream, it means satisfying one’s needs and fulfilling one’s purpose. If one receives a […]
1. A good omen for happiness, success (to recognize needs, ask for help). 2. Lack of money, poverty (to be in need of money).
If we are lending money, we are creating a bond of obligation within our lives. If we are being lent money we need to look at the way we are managing our resources, but more importantly what help we need to do this.
(Sprout) In a dream, lentils represent lawful money if sprouted, or they could mean depression, or earning loathsome money.
A dream denoting money, the larger the trout the more the money (Gypsy).
Sweeping dung in a dream means collecting money. Horses’ droppings or dung in a dream mean money earned from an honorable businessman. Sitting on horse’s dung or sheep’s dung in a dream means earning money by doing business with members of one’s own family. (Also see Manure)
(Money; Temptation; Trial) In a dream, trouble mean money and money means trouble. Seeing oneself in a dream wealthy and having many children means trouble, trials and temptations.
In a dream, a money exchanger represents knowledge, poetry, speaking the right words, richness after poverty, a school, the fellowship of a wise man, or a scale. In a dream, a money exchanger also could represent someone who has knowledge, though no one benefit from what he knows except in mundane matters. His work relates […]
A full cup indicates money coming in. An empty cup indicates money going out.