Shrew

One feels very oppressed in one’s romantic relationship.

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Shack

1. Symbolic of one’s life. 2. Hint that suggests that one should embark on a romantic relationship with someone.

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Sailor

1. A long trip is imminent. 2. Females dreaming of sailors indicate dissatisfaction with their current romantic rela­tionship.

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Unicycle

1. One wants to “go it alone,” in romantic, business or other relationships. 2. One has the confidence to run one’s life alone.

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Zephyr

1. A preference for romantic, poetic pleasures over all else. 2. Too much focus on searching for love relationships, and low self-esteem.

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Yoke

1. Desire to change to a simpler time in one’s life (when oxen were used). 2. Able to corral great power. 3. If wearing a yoke, one feels trapped, frustrated. 4. One feels enslaved, perhaps in a romantic relationship.

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Yellow Bird

1. If the bird is deceased, the dreamer is worried—and warned (e.G., Canary in mine that inhales gas). 2. A good omen, fiscally speaking. 3. Not good, romantically speaking.

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Wolf

1. Someone beautiful but vicious. 2. The need for others, so one becomes part of a group. 3. Hated by some. 4. Someone who is devious. 5. Someone who is romantically very active.

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Whistle

1. If whistling sound is heard, the listener is being alerted to something. 2. If dreamer is whistling, it reflects happiness. 3. Warning. 4. Romantically attracted to someone.

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Waiting

1. If waiting for someone one is romantically or otherwise involved with, one feels subordinate. 2. If aware that someone is waiting for one, he/she feels dominant in a relationship. 3. One is waiting to take action.

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