To dream of gathering gooseberries, is a sign of happiness after trouble, and a favorable indication of brighter prospects in one’s business affairs. If you are eating green gooseberries, you will make a mistake in your course to pleasure, and be precipitated into the vertex of sensationalism. Bad results are sure to follow the tasting […]
To see mustard growing, and green, foretells success and joy to the farmer, and to the seafaring it prognosticates wealth. To eat mustard seed and feel the burning in your mouth, denotes that you will repent bitterly some hasty action, which has caused you to suffer. To dream of eating green mustard cooked, indicates the […]
To dream of seeing fruit ripening among its foliage, usually foretells to the dreamer a prosperous future. Green fruit signifies disappointed efforts or hasty action. For a young woman to dream of eating green fruit, indicates her degradation and loss of inheritance. Eating fruit is unfavorable usually. To buy or sell fruit, denotes much business, […]
If green fruit is seen, it suggests wealth which will be of no benefit to the observer.
(Garden greens; Leguminosae) A fresh sprout in a dream means distress, but if it is dry, then it means a good harvest, or clean money which is earned with joy. If one sees himself gathering a bunch of green sprouts in a dream, it denotes a warning. Ifone recognizes its substance in his dream, interpreting […]
Green is the color of health and good fortune. It is a lucky omen in dreams.
A pleasant dream for both the living and dead since green is the colour of the people of Jannah.
This is a very propitious dream indeed. It gives promise of a happy and well advanced life to the tradesman, rapid accumulation of wealth, fame to literary and artistic people, and a safe voyage through the turbulent sea of love is promised to all lovers. To see a rugged mountain beyond the green expanse of […]
Seeing acorns in dreams, is portent of pleasant things ahead, and much gain is to be expected. To pick them from the ground, foretells success after weary labors. For a woman to eat them, denotes that she will rise from a station of labor to a position of ease and pleasure. To shake them from […]
(See Kh.irir; Green)