A dream of ill-luck (Gypsy) ; symbolism probably based upon Japanese inhospitality to foreigners in former days.
1. Misunderstanding, usually due to inability or awkwardness in communication. 2. Retrieving something lost. 3. Aspect of personality never seen before.
1. Reverse: happiness, contentment. 2. Feeling as if a friend has been lost. 3. Domestic difﬁculties.
In a dream, a hunter represents a philanderer, a womanizer who rounds women, or a pimp. If one sees himself befriending a hunter, or ifhe helps him, and if the hunter is pursuing what is lawful to kill for food, one’s dream then connotes personal advantages. If the hunt is after an animal which is […]
(Barn; Cattle-ranching; Fodder; Forage) In a dream, a stableman represents a rich and a generous person who is known for his good deeds. Seeing a stableman in a dream also means managing one’s business, showing kindness to others, distributing charity, helping foreigners, assisting travellers, turning one’s attention to slothful people, or feeding the homeless. (Also […]