1. A sense of trickery afoot, deception of someone close. 2. Difﬁculties are on the way (many rats). 3. Difﬁculties are on the way out (white rats). 4. Feelings of upset or disturbed state of being. 5. Smart and pervasive emotions or reactions are underfoot and just out of reach.
Dreaming of a black or brown rat is a sign of illness or treachery ahead. In European tradition, rats are associated with theft of foodstuffs and the spread of disease, and therefore seeing brown or black rats running free is a warning to see your doctor and to be careful whom you trust. Seeing brown […]
A rat, or rats, in your dream points up the fact that someone is very jealous of you and/or your accomplishments and will work against you in any way possible, it is a dream of warning to be on the alert for enemy attack, (the backbiting kind). If you see a white rat it means […]
Dreaming of being lame suggests a loss of confidence and strength. If we ourselves are lame there can be a fear of moving forward or a fear of the future.
To dream of rats, denotes that you will be deceived, and injured by your neighbors. Quarrels with your companions is also foreboded. To catch rats, means you will scorn the baseness of others, and worthily outstrip your enemies. To kill one, denotes your victory in any contest. See Mice.
The color white. If one sees his face white in the dream, it means sickness. If he sees his cheeks radiant white in the dream, it means honor, bounty and a high rank in his community. White in a dream also represents elderly people. (Also see Colors)
For a woman to dream of seeing any one lame, foretells that her pleasures and hopes will be unfruitful and disappointing. See Cripple.
1. Difﬁculty or inability in forward movement—sometimes emotionally, often in life. 2. Difﬁculties and disappointments. 3. Not readily believable, dishonest (as in “lame excuse”).
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 […]
Many enemies through whom the dreamer will suffer losses, trouble and anxiety. To kill rats, however, is a good dream (Raphael).