Wealth that a person will receive from the king.
A Yellow Ring or a Ring Made of LeadHe will be the receipient of things of little value.
Man-MadeDoes not represent god’s covering of protection; see “natural”
Made1. One feels he/she has accomplished (made) things. 2. Fear that a criminal will come into one’s life.
Bread or Roti Made of FlourIt symbioses excessive wealth. Prosperity and a comfortable life is in store for the one who eats it.
Intoxicants Made from Dates or GrapesThey signify apprehension and doubt about one’s resources or about the lawfulness of one’s earnings.
Coins Made from copper, Bronze etc.Receiving them symbolises evil gossiping about oneself and imprisonment. It could also mean unwholesome rizq and a lowly trade.
Element (Iron, Etc.)Go back to the basics.
Iron1. Feeling of strength, permanence. 2. Someone or something harsh, unbending or ruthless.
Branding İronSymbolic of slavery, Isa. 3:24, 1 Tim. 4:2
IronStrength or men, Prov. 27:17
Iron BarsSymbolic of arguments, Prov. 18:19
Iron RodSymbolic of judgment, Rev. 19:15
IronTo dream of being hurt with iron signifies damage; to trade in iron with strangers, losses and misfortune (Arte- midorus). See Kipling, “Rewards and Fairies.”
Bars of Iron, Steel or LeadHe will receive the fortunes of this world if they are in their original form or molten.
Limbs of the Body Becoming IronIf a person sees his arms, calves of the legs, clothes etc. Becoming iron it means he will attain along life.
RingA promise; research type, i.E. Gold, silver, plastic, paper, diamond, etc. See “finger”
Signet-RingTotal authority; see “ring”
Ring Finger1. Union, marriage or commitment. 2. Sexual availability. 3. Success in social affairs and activities.
Ring1. Relationship commitment is in the ofﬁng. 2. Wealth and security (a diamond ring). 3. To keep one’s word or promise. 4. Harmony, balance; completion (circular shape). 5. Joyous announcement is to come (as in “ring a bell”).