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Marriage gate

… Short explanation

A doorlike structure outside a house.

Complete definition

A gate or gateway is a point of entry to a space enclosed by walls, or a moderately sized opening in some sort of fence. Gates may prevent or control the entry or exit of individuals, or they may be merely decorative. Other terms for gate include yett and port. The word derives from the old Norse “gata”, meaning road or path, and originally referred to the gap in the wall or fence, rather than …

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Dog

The dream about a dog is fully interpreted and completely explained. The interpretation of the dream is multiple, because of the research on various levels ( general , psychological , spiritual , medicine wheel {by Indians}  and traditional : for Christians , Muslims , Hindu ), and based on many conditions ( biting , chained , black , etc.). To see the meaning and the analysis of …

Comment by Olivia: … was a child safety gate at the kitchen door so I closed it …

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Wolf

Association:

- Instinct & Appetite; Threat & Loyalty.

Question:

- What instincts are a threat to me? Who or what is my instinctive loyalty?

In general:

Wolf symbolizes aggressive impulses, instincts and desires, which can be dangerous, if dreamer has not mastered it better. Commonly it is understood as a reference to an external threat or a hostile people.

Psychologically:

Comment by Candi: … to keep the door closed…..odd dream……Trinity still …

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Gateway

… & Definition:

Short explanation

An entrance capable of being blocked by use of a gate.

Complete definition

A gateway is a point of entry or exit.

Synonyms of gateway

noun: gate, entry, entrance, portal, door; plural: gates, entries, entrances, portals, doors; related terms: entranceway, entryway, entree.

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Corpse (Dead body,Cadaver)

… unknown – When in the dream you see an unknown corpse, this promises a birth in your family or closed friend’s circle. This will be mentioned with a huge celebration;

Marriage if see a corpse, dead body in the house - This symbol signifies about approaching weddings in your surrounding;

Worries if see a corpse in the coffin – This is a bad sign, which promises you concerns in your life;

Death of a friend if a corpse is dressed in black – Very bad sign, which …

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Coffin

… be that the dreamer closes his mind before feelings and kills a part of himself.

If coffin is closed, the farewell of a person, or a professional position is approaching and this is imminent.

If coffin swims like a boat on the water, something will be swept away that frightened us.

If see a corpse in the coffin, perhaps wants to make separation with a friendship or even the loved one. This can also indicate a divorce.

If lying in a coffin, should forget the past and build …

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Grave

… consequences.

Traditional Meanings:

European (Judeo-Christian)

Keep secret if see a closed grave – In the dream you see a closed grave this signifies that you have to maintain secrecy of your friend;

Divorce if order one – This dream announces that you will have short marriage because you are not happy;

End of worries if digging a grave – You are digging a grave, this dream announces that you will end up with troubles, but also you have to be very …

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Death

… The death of someone

It depends on who died in a dream, as for example if someone that is closed to you died in the dream, then such dream shows the fear of losing of that particular person. It also could show that you feel guilty of not giving enough of attention to that person, therefore you dream of his death, where you lose any contact with him for good.

The death of your own

If the dreamer sees his own death, then the dream shows that maybe some part of you is dead and not …

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Snake

… Wheel Meanings:

Keywords

Mysterious; sexual; alive; transformative; cold-blooded; closed; balanced; sliding; live-giving; forked tongue; extraordinary sensitivity; old powers; messenger; Moon of the first frosts.

Description

The Snake in the Medicine Wheel is the animal totem of the Moon of the First Frosts (October 24 to November 21).

Snakes are limbless reptiles, which bodies consists of many Vertebral notches, at which costal arches are loosely attached, that allows …

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Chagrin (annoyance)

… aggressiveness, which repeatedly leads to conflicts, if you do not control them better. A grumpy-closed nature is also sometimes expressed in it.

Traditionally:

European (Judeo-Christian)

- Such a dream is considered to many enemies, opposition and ugly disputes; you will wake up and discover that the matters develop fatally wrong;

- In the dream you instigate: you will search for disputes;

- You are dreaming you see that others are behave peevishly: this is a sign for unpleasant …

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Married

… will have engagement, to married – separation.

* Please, see meaning of husband, marriage gate,  wife, marriage .

Explanation & Definition:

Short explanation

Two people united in marriage. The state of having a husband or wife.

Complete definition

In a state of marriage; having a wife or a husband. Marriage (also called matrimony or wedlock) is a social union or legal contract between people called spouses that establishes rights and obligations between …

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Interlock (engineering)

… block, shut, fasten, close, lock up; past forms: locked, interlocked, blocked, fastened, closed, locked up, shut.

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Curtain

… the windows of a house exactly according to the floor (see there) analyze; especially if they are closed, they can indicate discomfort in specific body areas.

Traditionally:

European (Judeo-Christian)

- To see: points to a secret; unwelcome guests will cause trouble and grief;

- Dirty or torn : stand for dispute and allegations, pointing to abuse of confidence;

- In front of it: you are trying to hide something;

- One of widening: we want tell you a secret, one may look forward to a …

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Waltz

… definition

The waltz is a ballroom and folk dance in triple time, performed primarily in closed position.

Synonyms of waltz.

plural: waltzes;verb:waltz; past form:waltzed.

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Recluse/Hermit

… total isolation from the world. Examples are Symeon of Trier, who lived within the great Roman gate Porta Nigra, having gained permission from the Archbishop of Trier, or the 19th-century Russian monk, glorified as a saint by the Russian Orthodox Church, Theophan the Recluse.

Synonyms of recluse

adjective: solitary, lonely, secluded, lone, retired, retiring; noun: hermit, anchorite, solitary, eremite, anchoret; plural: hermits, anchorites, solitaries, eremites, anchorets; related …

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Entrance

… or going in.

Complete definition

Entrance generally refers to the place of entering like a gate or door, or the permission to do so.

Synonyms of entrance

verb: enchant, fascinate, ravish, charm, bewitch, enrapture; noun: entry, admission, ingress, admittance, access, entree, gate, doorway, gateway, door; plural: entries, admissions, ingresses, admittances, accesses, entrees, gates, doorways, gateways, doors; related terms: entranceway, entryway, entree, entry

access, approach, …

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Nobleman

… other sectors of a nation’s upper class. Nonetheless, nobility per se has rarely constituted a closed caste; acquisition of sufficient power, wealth, military prowess or royal favour has, occasionally or often, enabled commoners to ascend into the nobility.

Synonyms of nobleman

noun: noble, aristocrat, peer, patrician; plural: nobles, aristocrats, peers, patricians; related terms: noble, Lord, armiger, baron, burgrave, count, duke, grandee, male aristocrat, margrave, marquess, …

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Can

In general:

A closed can indicates that you want to know anything that is kept secret from you. An open invitation is to take an opportunity. In addition, the can symbolizes female sexuality. Important in the content of each case.

Psychologically:

- a locked can that can not be open has to do with feelings that you want to keep in any case under wraps.

- An open can indicates that we give something, so …

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Boiler

… (usually by burning fuel) and uses it to heat circulating water (or sometimes another liquid) in a closed system that is then used for space heating, swimming pool heating, or domestic hot water or industrial processes.

Complete definition

A boiler is a closed vessel in which water or other fluid is heated. The heated or vaporized fluid exits the boiler for use in various processes or heating applications, including boiler-based power generation, cooking, and sanitation.

Synonyms …

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Bookshelf

… may be permanently fixed to the walls and/or floor. Bookcases frequently have doors that should be closed to protect the books from air pollution, and bookshelves are open-fronted. These doors are almost always glazed, so as to allow the spines of the books to be read. Especially valuable books may be kept in locked cases with wooden or glazed doors. A bookshelf normally stands on some other piece of furniture such as a desk or chest. Larger books are more likely to be kept in horizontal piles …

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Bookcase

… may be permanently fixed to the walls and/or floor. Bookcases frequently have doors that should be closed to protect the books from air pollution, and bookshelves are open-fronted. These doors are almost always glazed, so as to allow the spines of the books to be read. Especially valuable books may be kept in locked cases with wooden or glazed doors. A bookshelf normally stands on some other piece of furniture such as a desk or chest. Larger books are more likely to be kept in horizontal piles …

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