A displaced door is a hint that the head of the household will die.
It symbolises the head of the household and at other times the one who manages the household affairs which is, in most cases, one’s wife. Any pleasant or unpleasant condition in such a door bespeaks of a similar condition in her. For example, a broken, displaced or burnt door could mean dispute or separation between […]
If the pot in which he is cooling is empty it means he will infuriate the guardian or breadwinner of the household or entice him to do something detestable.
Anything made of glass such as a tumbler or bottle symbolises household goods such as jar (for preserves), vessels of fine china, porcelain, chairs etc. it also symbolises male and female servants.
Vessels symbolise servants and lads while stove, hearths, grates, cauldrons, lamps, table-cloths etc. symbolise grief, sorrow and anxiety which will be felt by the head of the household if the Arabic masculine equivalent is used for any of the above words. But it it is used as a feminine such as qidr, qifah, maa’idah, musarrajah […]
A waist-band, if gilded, means the acquiring of wealth and the commanding of respect which will be a means of a person becoming boastful. It is also interpreted as him becoming a leader of his community which he will enjoy for the duration of half his life. And if it is glided and adorned with […]
If a person sees his wife getting married to someone else, it means her household will become wealthy and prosperous.
The ribs symbolise the women of his household. Any pain in the ribs is suggestive of similar mishaps in them.
This symbolises the head of the household on whom the household depends.
A dream that is good for all work, especially husbandry, only that they cross weddings and increase; to dream that mules are savage and mad and that they do hurt argues deceit by some one of your own household (Artemidorus).