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Milking a Cow and Drinking its MilkIf a person sees himself milking and drinking cow milk it is a glad tiding that he will become rich, or if he is rich his wealth will increase; or if he is a slave he will become free and marry his mistress.
MilkIng a camel(See Milk; Milking)
MilkingTo dream of milking, and it flows in great streams from the udder, while the cow is restless and threatening, signifies you will see great opportunities withheld from you, but which will result in final favor for you.
MilkingMilking a cow in a dream represents a demanding employer. Milking a goat may mean good neighborly relations, toadying, diplomacy, or seeking to earn one’s livelihood.If an employee sees himself milking a cow or a goat in a dream, it means that he will marry his employer’s wife.If a poor…
Milking a deer(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a donkey(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a fox(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a gazelle(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a horse(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a jackal(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a lioness(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a she-camel(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a swine(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a zebra(See Milk; Milking)
Milking a She-camelThe one who does this will acquire lawful wealth from a woman. But if, instead of milk, he takes out blood, pus or anything else from the udder the wealth thus acquired with be unlawful.
CowCows in dreams represent wealth, happiness and femininity.
CowThe eternal feminine, especially the mother or mother figure, is often depicted by the cow.This is partly because it provides milk and nourishment.
CowA cow in a dream represents longevity.A black or a yellow cow represents happiness, prosperity and a good harvest.A white spot on a cow’s face means firmness if seen in a dream at the early part of the year.The piebald cow or a cow blotched with white and black in…
CowIn ancient societies, a person’s wealth was defined by the number of cattle he or she owned. Cows have also long been a symbol for love, nurturing, kindness, and generosity. Dreaming of a live, happy cow, especially one with a calf, is almost always a positive symbol, and other symbols…