(See Trash) Scratch; (Injury; Wounds) In a dream, a scratch represents financial harm. If’one sees another person scratching him in a dream, it means that he will cause him partial financial loss, or pain with respect to a family member, or perhaps he will accuse him of something, then compensate him for injuring his reputation. […]
Bleeding scratches are a warning against hidden hostility that someone has for you. Non-bleeding scratches suggest that you have protective influences around you. If you dream of scratching yourself, this foretells a sudden windfall of money. If you dream that someone else scratches you, this symbolizes a minor irritation or frustration. Perhaps a situation that […]
To dream that you scratch somebody warns that you are too critical.
1. A minor annoyance or irritation. 2. A need to start a project, goal or relationship over again, i.E., “From scratch.”
To dream that you scratch your head, denotes strangers will annoy you by their flattering attentions, which you will feel are only shown to win favors from you.
To scratch others in your dream, denotes that you will be ill-tempered and fault-finding in your dealings with others. If you are scratched, you will be injured by the enmity of some deceitful person.
They symbolise a persons’ ability, capability and position – since he uses his finger –nails to scratch his body.
Finding a pile of bones in a dream means you are about to start a project from scratch. For other meanings, see “Broken Limb” and “Skeleton.”
1. An extreme, devastating sense of helplessness, powerlessness. 2. Reverse: a need to start over from scratch, a complete changeover. 3. Great rage and hostility, a desire to completely annihilate or “vaporize” the object of rage.
A cat in a dream represents a book of records, one’s share from a business, an inheritance, or his work. A cat in a dream also means shunning off one’s husband, wife or children, or it could mean a fight, theft, adultery, disloyalty, eavesdropping, backbiting or bearing a child from adultery, a bastard child, or […]