Tambourine

A major social event that you will perform in or at is suggested by a dream of a tambourine. If you dream of a Gypsy playing a tambourine you will find it denotes your restlessness at home or work. To see a new tambourine in a store you will experience some small gains.

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Alley

Loss of property is augured here, a plausible interpretation from the gypsy standpoint, while the Freudian erotic meaning is less obvious.

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Acacia Flowers

A dream of rest and tranquillity, say the gypsy dreamers. An erotic dream, announces Herr Freud, while flower symbolists proclaim the blossom as signifying “Rest to the Heart.” The Egyptians held it as sacred to woman.

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Abbot, Abbess, Hermit, Monk, Nun, or Priest

To dream of becoming one, calmness in passion. Merely to dream of one, pride, or malice qf which the dreamer will be the victim. The significance of this dream is evidently due to the regard in which the clergy of past ages held their gypsy brethren.

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Night-Gown

To dream of wearing one denotes an honorable career; to dream of tearing it, hasty action (Gypsy).

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Newspaper

To dream of buying and selling denotes hard work and small profit. To read one, deception (Gypsy).

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Nest

Full of eggs a dream of profit and domestic happiness ; success in love, etc.; broken eggs, or dead birds, distress and desolation (Gypsy).

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Net

To dream of being entangled in denotes worry and a powerful enemy who is attempting to ensnare you (Gypsy).

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Need

A dream of need denotes wealth in store (Gypsy). The shrewd interpreter might easily augur that the anxiety that roused the dream would give birth to frugality, etc., that tend to accumulate wealth.

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Needles

A dream of disputes and quarrels (Gypsy). “Needles and pins! Needles and pins! When a man marries”—etc.

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