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Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – to dream of sponge: joy and gladness. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A porous mass of interlacing fibers that forms the internal skeleton of various marine animals and usable to absorb water or any porous rubber or cellulose product similarly used. Complete definition A sponge is a tool, implement, utensil or cleaning aid consisting of porous material. Sponges are used for cleaning… Continue reading

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In general: Bags may be similar prey with the pursuit of wealth are related, this is perhaps too pronounced. The full bag promises gains, the empty can announce that we will not reach the target despite all efforts, but perhaps even must plug in losses. Psychologically: An empty bag can point to the emptiness in our relations, a bulging of excessive self-centeredness toward the one who is closest to us. Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian)… Continue reading

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Give up

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – When a young woman dreams abandon home and friends, love, things are problematic for them because the respect is weaker against the loved one with increasing duration of the connection. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation forfeit: lose ( or lose the right to ( by some error, offense, or crime. Complete definition To cease to do or perform. Synonyms of give up verb: forfeit,… Continue reading

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Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – go to cadge: shows a lack of emergency in the family; – for money: earnings in the lottery; – to permit: you long for affection; – to see: they will retaliate. Hindu – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – go to cadge: poverty in the family. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation To beg. Complete definition Begging is the present participle of the ve… Continue reading

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