In a dream, a house garden means protection ofwomen’s chastity, the honor of men’s abstinence, denial of suspicion regarding the lawfulness of one’s earnings, or protection of children’s innocence. A private garden in a dream may mean stinginess, or refusing to satisfy the needs of someone who asks for help, whether his needs are financial […]
A house which is plastered symbolizes a grave. If a person sees himself imprisoned in a new, plastered house which is unknown to him then such a house represents his grave.
A rat in one’s house in a dream means that he will emigrate from one land to another. If the person seeing the dream owns a house, it means that he will sell it. Rats in one’s house in a dream also represent thieves one must guard his house against, or that he must guard […]
Ifone sees the walls of his house collapsing as a result of a flood in a dream, it means the death of his wife. Ifone sees his house caving in on him and causing a big cloud of dust in a dream, it means that he maybe afflicted with measles. A collapsed ceiling in a […]
The sweeping of one’s own house means that poverty is in store for him. The sweeping out of another’ house means he will acquire much wealth from the owner of that house.
To build one, profit; to be in a strange house denotes change (Gypsy). Schemer contends that the dream phantasm of a house has its representation in the entire organism. Under some conditions a single organ would be represented by a whole series of houses. Long rows of houses symbolize intestinal excitements. On other occasions particular […]
Seeing Allah present in a particular house suggests that the occupants of such a house will be favored with peace, happiness and assistance.
(Dwellings; House) Sitting on the rooftop of a glass house in a dream means marriage to a beautiful woman from a noble family and who may die soon after her wedding. (Also see Dwellings)
To see a glass house, foretells you are likely to be injured by listening to flattery. For a young woman to dream that she is living in a glass house, her coming trouble and threatened loss of reputation is emphasized.
If a person sees himself owning a house known to him it suggests that he will acquire worldly gains proportionate to the spacious ness, attractiveness and elegance of such a house.