It symbioses excessive wealth. Prosperity and a comfortable life is in store for the one who eats it.
Giving the Dead Roti, Bread or a RingIt means a son will be born to him and he will die, or if he is wealthy he will lose his wealth.And Allah, The Pure and Sublime knows best.
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.
Intoxicants Made from Dates or GrapesThey signify apprehension and doubt about one’s resources or about the lawfulness of one’s earnings.
A Ring Made of IronWealth 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.
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.
FlourAn essential ingredient in one’s spiritual livelihood, i.E. God’s word is the “bread of life”
Flour1. Wealth and prosperity through hard work, thriftiness and care. 2. Domestic happiness. 3. Thoughts or concerns over the basic ingredients of life, usually emotional.
FlourFlour made of wheat or barley symbolises a person’s wealth which he had amassed. It means a life of ease and prosperity lies ahead of him Eating flour is better than bread since bread is subjected to the heat of fire.
BreadProvision for spiritual livelihood, words that give life, i.E. Breaking bread together in friendship and unity
Stale BreadWasted by holding back instead of sharing; see “bread”
Bread1. Wealth, honor. 2. Basic necessities, nourishment of life. 3. Success in life.
Rye Bread1. Happy domestic life and prosperity. 2. Good taste and reﬁnement.
BreadThis is symbolic of the broken body of Christ and the fellowship of friends, Matt. 26:26
Bread And ButterSomething that will bring you guaranteed income
BreadAs a food, bread is a fundamental part of most diets. In poverty bread is the filler, and in jail the prisoner receives bread and water to keep from starvation. In Christianity, Christ is the “bread of life,” and in popular jargon bread is used to refer to money. Crossculturaly…
BreadAs a food, bread is a fundamental part of most diets. In poverty bread is the filler, and in jail the prisoner receives bread and water to keep from starvation. In Christianity, Christ is the bread of life, and in popular jargon bread is used to refer to money. Crossculturaly…
Barley BreadTo dream of eating, denotes health, contentment, etc. (Gypsy) ; plainly a dream of healthful hunger and its gratification.