Dream analysis by Shykh abdul ghani nabalsi
Employee is in a dream, a hypocrite, being on his hand and the money entrusted to him. And drinking water from the jar and the old capital of good living, it is believed that he drank half its water has run out of half his age, drinking less, or more Vtaoelh what is left or ran out of his age. The opinion that drinking all that has run out in the jar every age, as well as in the other utensils.
It felt as if his hand on the jar of water, fell and broke and left the water, his wife is pregnant, and die, the child shall remain .. It was said that the jar is a woman or a servant or slave. If the jar is filled with oil or honey, or to show us they are on the store or bag, as well as other pottery vessels from the cobs and Kallal and where. Jar and see the show on the animal or the wife of the many toil and strive, but if they indicate the copper from the high destiny. Jar and wine shows a woman was menstruating.
Dream interpretation by Ibne serin
Jar: (Any broad-mouthed earthenware container.) In a dream, an earthenwarejar represents a deceiving employee who is entrusted with the accounting department of one’s business. Drinking fresh water from an earthenware jar in a dream means earning lawful money and comfort in one’s life. Drinking halfof the water contained in a jar in a dream means having consumed half one’s life span. Drinking from a tight mouthed earthenware container in a dream also means
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tempting a female worker. If one’s wife is pregnant and he sees himself carrying an earthenware jar that falls and breaks, it means that his wife may die from complications during her delivery or after giving birth to the newborn. In a dream, an earthenware jar also can be interpreted as a hard-working woman, or a servant, though a copper jar represents a noble woman. Ajar of wine in a dream represents woman’s menstrual period. If one drinks from a jar of wine, it means that he will have sexual intercourse with his wife during that period, which act is forbidden in Islam. Ifthejar is filled with eating oil, honey, or milk, it represents a hidden treasure. The same interpretation applies for a small clay jug, a mug, a cooking earthenware, or a tin pot. (Also see Pot)