Apple

…ee lots of apples on the tree in your dream means that you will have a lot of good friends; Realize plans if see ripe apples on the tree – This dream of ripe apples says that it is time for you to turn the plans into action; Warning if ripe apple – When you see ripe apples high in the treetops in the dream, this is a warning that your have too high aims, which you will not achieve; Prosperity if pick apples in a dream – You will…

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Banana

…te definition Banana is the common name for herbaceous plants of the genus Musa and for the fruit they produce. Bananas come in a variety of sizes and colors when ripe, including yellow, purple, and red. Synonyms of banana noun: banana tree; plural: banana trees; related terms: herb, herbaceous plant, genus Musa, Musa, dwarf banana, Musa acuminata, Japanese banana, Musa basjoo, Musa paradisiaca, plantain tree, plantain, edible banana, Musa para…

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Plums

…raditional Meanings: European (Judeo-Christian) Pleasure if eating a plum – In the dream you are eating a ripe and sweet plum, this announces pleasure, satisfaction and passion; Fear if eating sour plum – This dream when you taste sour plum, shows you fear to something. You are afraid to make mistakes. Also this promises grief; Recovery if plums are sweet – In the dream you see well ripe and sweet plums, this shows that you wil…

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Pineapple

General Meanings: In the dream you buy pineapples, this shows that you can often expect for a cheerful mood position. According to condition of the fruit this symbol has two different meanings: If the pineapple is ripe, juicy and sweet, it stands for self-confidence, joy of life and sexual pleasure. If it is decayed, bitter, unpalatable or uneatable, it points to insecurity, uncertainty, hardship and / or sexual disappointment. Also pineapple…

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Iron (material)

…ife? Medicine wheel: Keyword: hard; elastic; culture-changing; technology; survival; health; centrality; temper; Ripe Berries Moon. Description: Iron, in the medicine wheel together with Garnet mineral Totem is born on Ripe Berries Moon (July 23-August 22), is one of the hardest minerals. It has changed the entire cultures and has led them into the age of technology. Iron also supplies the central ion in the hemoglobin molecule of the blood, and…

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Mow

Traditional Meanings: European (Judeo-Christian) Prospects if ripe corn – You are mowing or see a mow of ripe corns, means that your prospects are good; Inconvenient love if green grass – This dream is a warning that you have to beware of a mismatched love affair; Worries if dry grass – in the dream you are mowing dry grass, this dream announces about a failure in business or at work, but you will overcome them because of your…

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Dates

In general: Because dates are exotic fruits, they make the dreamer to his wishes for something unique and precipitated attention in his life. On the other hand, the date in a dream is perhaps the fact that the dreaming friendliness and a man needs to take care of him. Date usually has sexual connotations, emphasizes the need for sex, love and tenderness. According to ancient Indian dream books but it can also be a warning before connected to pas…

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Dessert

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – It is a happy omen-like in the dream eating a ripe fruit; – immature fruit or kept too long: should expect business losses. Hindu (Hinduism) – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – None dream explanation in Islam. * Please, see meaning of all fruits. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A sweet confection served as the last c…

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Ducat

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – see ducat in a dream: promises rich cash prize, which is not the restless pursuit must be set; – you will come to office and honor. Hindu (Hinduism) – one should not despise his fellow man. Arabian (Islamic) – see: the prospect of profit, you’re honored; – include: loss and anger; – hear sound: wealth; – get: beautiful hopes; – see: you’ll…

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Date tree (palm)

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – This symbol doesn’t have any explanation in Christian culture. Hindu (Hinduism) – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – date palms signify aristocratic women and those of imperial blood. – dreaming one: you go into a grove of date palms and pluck ripe palm fruits, he will acquire as much gold and wealth of nobility and imperial wome…

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Berry

In general: Berries may cause to rejoice in announcing the next time when it is consumed. – If you are seeing berries and they finds it is in life have a lot of effort and patience needed. – In vain to look for berries shows that you are on the wrong track and should reconsider his plan thoroughly. – If you collect the berries, you will have to struggle to reach a goal. – Red berries can refer to opponents in the vicinity…

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Lead

In general: Traditionally lead is placed in a dream with a load or stressful situation combined. The dreamer lives his masters not as he would like it. Such findings must act oppressively. On the other hand, a connection between lead and the life force or masculinity is produced. Who pours lead effort to accomplish something useful, but may end up coming out just bizarrely confused. Psychologically: Lead is used less frequently today than in ear…

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Field

Association: Harvest, Work General Meanings: Field is an ambiguous symbol where you must pay attention, first of all, to the following peculiarities: Uncultivated field stands mostly for failures which you have to ascribe to yourself, because you did not appoint your field correctly; However, the symbol is not completely unfavorably, because you can gain or return the success by your own effort. Cultivated field can promise a rich harvest for t…

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Ear (botany)

General Meanings: Mostly Ears are the symbol of inner satisfaction and personal maturity, also partly they can be material security.  If you collect them this announces good success with a project or activity that you do. You notice that grains are missing however you must reckon with a failure. They are swaying in the summer wind: a mark of the maturity, you will detach from (unpleasant) habit. You will win a new positive attitude to the life…

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Alligator

Association: Primeval fear. Question: What are the basic fears I have? General Meanings: Threatening feelings Alligator (crocodile) is often experienced as threatening creature because he embodies superseded needs, experiences, fears, feelings and the other unconscious contents. However, at the same time he also stands for wisdom and experience of the unconscious and may request to use it more. Psychological Meanings: Warning about enemies In th…

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Tree

Association: Natural process; life structure. Question: In what place in my life am I ready to grow? General Meanings: Connection of Heaven and Earth – Without trees there won’t be forests. The tree symbolizes the connection of heaven and earth. Their roots anchor deeply in the Earth, and according to the mythology, they carry a hidden treasure: the wisdom of life. The Holiness of trees – In all his force he appears to us in th…

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Zulu

* See interpretation of dreams about natives * The Zulu (Zulu: amaZulu) are the largest South African ethnic group, with an estimated 10–11 million people living mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal & a Bantu (Nguni) language of considerable literary importance in southeastern Africa. * indigene, aboriginal, aborigine, native, indigenous, natural, innate, inborn, inbred, aboriginal……

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Dice (Cube)

In general: To dream that you play with dice means that in awaking life you play with fate or to perceive opportunities in life, previously necessarily careful should be reconsidered. Dice (or cubes) by old dream book announces bright future full of happiness. Psychologically: The dice has a square shape and is therefore, understood as the square itself, as a whole symbol. The number four, for the shape of the square plays a role, depicts the fe…

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