Dreaming about Arch meaning

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In general:

You can indicate that you are homeless and in real life feels vulnerable and are looking for a place of security and safety.

Psychologically:

The ark in the Bible is the ship that rescued by Noah’s family and many animals from certain death. According to CG Jung’s Ark symbolizes the maternal womb, she stands as an image of security. It ensures what has been achieved and also warns against the run of the soul into isolation by Neider and socio-political developments. Here we see a social breakdown. It should also be limited to the essentials.

Traditionally:

European (Judeo-Christian)
- to see an arch in a dream: safety and protection.

Arabian (Islamic)
- to see an arch in a dream: annoyances of any kind you will not be spared.

* Please, see meaning of ship.

Explanation & Definition:

Short explanation
A curved symmetrical structure spanning an opening and typically supporting the weight of a bridge, roof, or wall above it.

Complete definition
An arch is a structure that spans a space and supports a load. Arches appeared as early as the 2nd millennium BC in Mesopotamian brick architecture and their systematic use started with the Ancient Romans who were the first to apply the technique to a wide range of structures.

Synonyms of arch
adjective: sly, roguish; verb: bend; noun: arc, vault, bow, dome, vaulting, archway; plural: arcs, vaults, bows, domes, vaultings, archways; related terms: curve, curved shape, metatarsal arch, instep, skeletal structure, pectoral arch, shoulder girdle, haemal arch, hemal arch, neural arch, vertebral arch, entrance, entranceway, entryway, entree, entry, wall, abutment arch, aqueduct, arcade, colonnade, bridge, span, broken arch, camber arch, corbel arch, flat arch, straight arch, headstone, keystone, key, pier arch, pointed arch, proscenium arch, rampant arch, round arch, rowlock arch, safety arch, scoinson arch, sconcheon arch, segmental arch, shouldered arch, diminished arch, scheme arch, skeen arch, skene arch, skew arch, springer, impost, squinch, structure, construction, trimmer arch, triumphal arch, four-centered arch, Tudor arch, voussoir, architecture.

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