1. Isolation, retreat. 2. A need for solitude and space, cleansing. 3. Loneliness. 4. Sorrow and shame.
Placid and smooth denotes happiness; rough and turbulent, sorrow (Gypsy).
Hair which has grown long, covering the face forewarns grief and sorrow.
An abnormally long beard means grief, sorrow and impending calamity.
All grief and sorrow will be removed from his heart. He will become honourable and his name will be mentioned with reverence by the people.
Denote sorrow and arrogance, said to date from when lucifer fell into a bush when he was sent to earth from heaven.
Sorrow and humility, the aftermath of a burn-out caused by restraining a mountain of troubles; see “eruption”
1. Success, hope and happiness. 2. Unexpected sorrow, disappointment (to see a withered or dying palm).
1. Feminine sexuality. 2. Display, usually emotional. 3. Extreme sorrow, loss (broken vase).
A well is normally associated with a person’s livelihood and capital. But sometimes it is also interpreted as slyness, cunningness, fraudulence, grief and sorrow.