Chin

Dreaming about your chin is generally a good omen pertaining to business or money luck. To dream that you or someone else has a very large chin (or a double chin) predicts fortunate events to come. If you dreamed of chinning athletically on bars, you are needlessly concerned about a situation which you can easily […]

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Mattress

(Bed; Sleeping pad) In a dream, a mattress represents comfort or a woman. Selling one’s mattress in a dream means divorcing one’s wife. If one’s wife is sick, then selling one’s mattress means that she may die from her illness. Ifone sees a dog or a pig sleeping on his mattress in a dream, it […]

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A Door

It symbolises the head of the household and at other times the one who manages the household affairs which is, in most cases, one’s wife. Any pleasant or unpleasant condition in such a door bespeaks of a similar condition in her. For example, a broken, displaced or burnt door could mean dispute or separation between […]

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Cloak

In a dream, a cloak represents marriage or a child bearing wife. If the outside of it is made of cotton, it represents one’s good spiritual standing. Acloak in the dream usually represents longevity, prosperity for the one wearing it and protection against a cold winter, that is poverty or the heat of summer, or […]

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Thread

Thread in dreams represents a line of thought or enquiry and, in today’s way of communicating, a blog. In terms of our ordinary everyday lives we perhaps need to remain focused on our goals. Threading a needle has an obvious sexual reference. It can also, because of the perceived difficulty in threading a needle, suggest […]

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Workhorse

(Nag) A workhorse in a dream represents man’s endeavor and serious striving. The more fit a workhorse in a dream, the better is one’s determination and drive. Ifa workhorse speaks to a man in a dream, it means income and fame. Riding on the back of a workhorse in a dream means taking a long […]

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Mortar & Pestle

In a dream, a mortar and a pestle represent a husband and a wife. None of the two works without the other. They perform hard work that no one else will do for them. The mortar represents the man and the pestle represents his wife.

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Sword

(Blade; Power; Scabbard) In a dream, a sword represents a son, a king, a clan, a tribe, a farm, a property, or a woman. If a sword is interpreted as power, then it means diligence, and if it is interpreted as words, it means clarity of speech. If it is interpreted as one’s father, then […]

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Foreigner

If the foreigner was friendly and jovial, and if you liked him or her, this is an omen of good times ahead no matter what the foreigner’s nationality was. If he was unfriendly and hostile, however, it is still an omen of good times ahead, but of hitting a number of dead ends before you […]

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Mother-In-Law

The mother-in-law dreams can have more or less the same meanings as the mother dreams, except when quarrels become too involved in the dream, the reality would be the “wished for” reconciliation that lies beneath the dream. An old interpretation of a wife arguing with her mother-in-law indicates that the wife is annoyed with many […]

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