Drinking win with another means the drinker will quarrel with that person with regards to his livelihood provided there is a dining table between them.
Represents a friends or a king or his minister. And if a person sees himself sitting which the pupils or students in the madrasah it means he will live long and reach a good old age.
Boarding or sitting in a vessel filled with water suggest grief, sorrow, anxiety, calamity, imprisonment or sickness. But the ultimate result will be deliverance and salvation.
1. Sitting on a saddle indicates that one is in command of a situation. 2. Empty saddle points to opportunity.
1. Feeling of being judged by a group, possibly peers. 2. Changes in the ofﬁng. 3. Quick, perhaps too quick, to judge another (sitting on a jury).
The navel in a dream can signify our dependency on others, particularly our mother. Often in nightmares we become conscious of something, perhaps a devil or demon sitting on our navel, and this can be a personification of our own fears.
An empty chair foreshadows heavy obligations that the dreamer must meet. If someone is sitting in the chair, illness or accident may befall that person.
(Den; Lair; Hole; Burrow) In a dream, any hole or den of such mammals means pursuing innovations in one’s religious practices, or being attached to following leaders of such ideas and who will lead people astray. A den in a dream also represents the element of charcoal. If one sees an animal coming out of […]
(Chapters; Drawers; Scrolls) In a dream, the table of contents represents the subject of a hardcover book containing the bezels of wisdom, or a book of knowledge. It also means a rich woman, a rich man, a report card, forthcoming benefits, a register, an astrological sign, a scroll, or a drawer.
(Plaited fabric; Seat; Woven straws) In a dream, a mat represents a servant, or the court of justice. Sitting on a mat in a dream means that one will commit an act which he will regret. (Also see Straw mat)