This is a symbol of someone who has died or passed away because of grief in life or having been crushed by sin, Ps. 31:12
Inn (Broken Down Or Dilapidated)1. Unhappy or unrewarding journey or situation. 2. Need to continue or strive for new situation or places.
Windows (Broken)1. Change or upheaval. 2. Violence. 3. Fear of self-destruction. 4. Lost opportunities.
Broken ArmsSymbolic of being powerless, Ps. 37:17
Broken WindowThis can symbolize having your peace or joy stolen by a spiritual thief, Joel 2:9
A Broken MinaretA broken or fallen minaret suggests the people of that locality will become corrupt in matters of religions by dividing into numerous sects.
A Broken BucketIf the bucket used for drawing water is seen as broken it means the help he used to render to the people will cease.Sometimes the well is interpreted as cunningness, cheating, grief and sorrow.
Broken Gate of a GardenIf one side of the gate leading to the garden is seen as broken, it means the observer will divorce his wife.An Unknown Garden : It stands for Jannah. Entering and touring such a garden suggest that the observer will attain Jannah by way of making greater progress in matters…
A Broken Waist-bandIf a person sees his waist-band as broken, snatched or altered in any way, it means harm coming his way.
A Broken Sword in a SheathIf a persons dreams that a sword is given to him in its sheath and it breaks in the sheath it means his son will die while it is in its mother’s womb.
A Sword in a Broken SheathIf a person dreams that a sword is given to him in a broken sheath then the mother will die but his son will be saved.
A Sword with a Broken HandleThe father, paternal uncle or their equivalent will die.
The Broken Point of a SwordA person’s mother, paternal grandmother, maternal aunt or some lady equal in status to any of these will die.
A Broken Bowit is an omen that either he or his son or his brother will lose respectability and honour.
Crock-PotSomething is slowly, but surely, being “cooked up”, and it is “crock”
PotMankind as a vessel of service; research accordingly, i.E. Plastic, clay, glass, plastic, iron, gold, silver, etc.
Tea-PotServes peace of mind
Kettle (Pot)Settle down with others and discuss in a relaxed way.
Pot1. Use caution in money and professional matters (as in “haven’t got a pot to piss in”). 2. Use caution in business enterprises, matters of trust, especially if the pot is broken. 3. Conﬁnement (if it is a ﬂower pot).
Pot (Marijuana)1. Responsibilities are being pushed aside (to smoke). 2. Possible health or addiction problem. 3. Ability to feel euphoria, pleasure.