(Seat) In a dream, a chair represents authority, rank or a woman. An iron cast chair in a dream represents power and superiority. If it is a wooden chair, then it means less than that beside added hypocrisy. Sitting on a chair in a dream means becoming a guardian, deputy, attorney or proxy. If one […]
An empty chair signifies unexpected news. Sitting in a comfortable chair predicts comfort and easy times. A rocking chair foretells good luck – you will have positive gains without having to work for them (possibly an inheritance).
(Chair) One’s seat in a dream represents his capital, wealth, work, profit, joy, happiness, a good son, or a wife who is content with what she has. Seeing a deceased person sitting relaxed in a comfortable chair in a dream means that he is in paradise. A chair in a dream also represents a contractual […]
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.
To see a chair in your dream, denotes failure to meet some obligation. If you are not careful you will also vacate your most profitable places. To see a friend sitting on a chair and remaining motionless, signifies news of his death or illness.
To see an occupied rocking chair in your dream signifies friendly surroundings and gentle pleasures. To see a vacant rocking chair in your dream foretells of grief and estrangement.
(Bowl) In a dream, a wooden bowl represents the world, or earning money from a business during a trip, while a porcelain or a ceramic bowl in a dream signifies earnings from a local business. A bowl in a dream also represents one’s condition, state, or the management of his affairs. Licking a bowl, or […]
(Camel litter; Gocart; Handbarrow; Horse litter; Kajawah; Mahmal; Sedan chair) A palanquin, a litter, or a camel litter in a dream represent a woman. A camel litter carrying pilgrims in a dream represents the pilgrimage season, celebrations, festivals, joy and glad tidings in the town one may recognize in his dream. (Also see Litter; Sedan […]
A large chair is symbolic of authority, Song. 3:9
(See Slippers; Wooden clogs)