What does my dream about Need really mean?
Only the real true about dream, where you have seen various combinations with Need. All symbols of dream are collected from different sources and cultures, so, please, select, adapt and interpret, how it fits best for you:
- to dream a need of harbor: inconvenience, suggests insults;
- compliance with such: realization of an idea.
Explanation & Definition:
A requirement for something.
A need is something that is necessary for organisms to live a healthy life. Needs are distinguished from wants because a deficiency would cause a clear negative outcome, such as dysfunction or death. Needs can be objective and physical, such as food, or they can be subjective and psychological, such as the need for self-esteem. On a social level, needs are sometimes controversial. Understanding needs and wants is an issue in the fields of politics, social science, and philosophy.
Synonyms of need
verb: want, require, demand, lack; noun: want, necessity, requirement, poverty, lack, destitution, privation, penury, indigence, distress, demand; plural: wants, necessities, requirements, poverties, lacks, destitutions, privations, penuries, indigences, distresses, demands; related terms: condition, status, deficiency, necessity.
Extras (sources, descriptions, references, external links):
- Explanation of Need is based on many independent sources about dreams. That covers different views of New Age Interpreters, visions of Ancient Times Diviners and even Old Prophecies of Archaic Civilizations. The most remarkable names of these Seers are Oracles of Egypt, Akashwani of India, Artemidorus Daldianus of Greece, Muhammad Ibn Sirin (Muslim prophet), Gustavus Hindman Miller (Christian interpreter), Sigmund Freud (Jewish atheists, father of psychoanalysis), Carl Jung (Jewish psychiatrist);
- Short explanation of word/s is gathered from public dictionaries;
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