In a dream, seeing the Knight signifies contracts, deals and money. It also could mean cheating, or the death of a sick person. (Also see Chess; Chessboard; Chessmen)
In a dream, the Queen represents a noble rank. (Also see Chess; Chessboard; Chessmen)
(String instruments; Guitar; Lute; Mandolin) In a dream, a banjo represents people’s common business, double-dealing, scrupulousness, adultery, playing chess, sorcery, a medium, evocation of spirits, calling on jinn spirits, being possessed by jinns or similar effects. A banjo in a dream also represents the leader of such a band of people and it denotes distress […]
Specific games such as football, baseball, rugby and cricket (which are team games) represent for many the strong ability to identify with a ‘tribe’ or a group of people. They indicate the way in which we gain identity and how we connect with people. A referee in such a game signifies the monitoring of our […]
Playing a game such as golf in our dream indicates that we are taking note of how we play the game of life. If we are playing well we may take it that we are coping well with circumstances in our lives. If we are playing badly we may need to reassess our abilities and […]
(See Chess Knight)
(Tricktrack) Playing backgammon in a dream means having an imposing character, being highly skilled and efficient, scheming, mental keenness, playing a ruse or eliciting admiration. Playing backgammon in a dream also denotes someone who is highly qualified or it may demonstrate the type of character one assumes in his daily life, or it could mean […]
Any chessman other than a pawn symbolises disturbance, tumult and argument. The same is the interpretation if a person uses walnuts or almonds instead of chessman in a chess game.