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Sausage

In general: Sausage is often as a phallic symbol for sexual needs. More generally, sausages refers to a materialistic outlook on your life, which you should be able to correct. Consumption of sausages announces a nice, but very superficial acquaintance. Traditionally: Arabian – To eat: delight your stomach; – Also dreaming that you eat sausage: you wait for the fulfillment of a wish; – To see: you’ll soon be going to a festival; – To prod… Continue reading

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Eisbein

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – eat eisbein with appetite: prosperity and growth promises to the body, with disgust: misfortune. Hindu (Hinduism) – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – There isn’t any meaning of dream in Islam. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation Eisbein (literally “ice leg/bone”) is the German name for a culinary dish involving the pickled ham… Continue reading

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Roast

In general: Roast symbolizes that something is cooking (mature) and can come to a favorable conclusion. Maybe the icon has the sense of “smell a rat” also points to an opportunity or a risk. Who wants to fry something, contribute to the success of something, perhaps point to its guests, fellow human beings, in a good light. When the roast burn, we may have all credit playful. Psychologically: The roast is the symbol for the Sunday an… Continue reading

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Saveloy

Traditionally: European – To dream saveloy: satisfaction will be guaranteed. * A saveloy is a type of highly seasoned pork sausage, usually bright red in colour, which is served in English fish and chip shops, sometimes fried in batter. The word is assumed to originate from the Swiss-French cervelas or servelat, ultimately from Latin cerebrus; originally a pork brain sausage particularly associated with Switzerland…. Continue reading

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Rabbit

…of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of the world. There are eight different genera in the family classified as rabbits, including the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), cottontail rabbits (genus Sylvilagus; 13 species), and the Amami rabbit (Pentalagus furnessi, an endangered species on Amami Ōshima, Japan). There are many other species of rabbit, and these, along with pikas and hares, make up the order Lagomorpha. The male is… Continue reading

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Blood sausage

In general: Blood sausage can exhort to appreciate the simple things and pleasures of life, not low. You eat it, which is indicative of good health. Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – to eat or see blood sausage in a dream: health; – have seen someone eating blood sausage: one is fatigued, bitter and needed a distraction. Hindu – blood sausage in a dream means simply you can live well. Arabian (Islamic) – blood sausage in a dream mea… Continue reading

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Wild boar

General Meanings: Courage, assertiveness and aggressiveness The meaning of wild boar is similar to pig meaning in the dream, but it warns more against ruthlessness. Because boars are the most unpredictable and aggressive animals (like enemies). They can attack and make damage for you when they have a chance. In ancient times the boars were symbols of courage and warrior. So this indicates your own honor. The ability to face with problems. Protec… Continue reading

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Cestoda

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – seen: poor prospects for your health and vitality. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A taxonomic class, within phylum Platyhelminthes – the cestode parasites. Complete definition Cestoda (Cestoidea) is the name given to a class of parasitic flatworms, commonly called tapeworms, of the phylum Platyhelminthes. Its members live in the digestive tract of vertebrates as adults, and o… Continue reading

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