Seeing a gravestone, headstone, tombstone - These symbols have very positive meaning. These symbols announces prosperity, marriage, happy family and birth in your life. (read all at source)
Dreaming of a new gravestone foretells a new opportunity for you. Old gravestones forecast a renewed friendship. If you could read the epitaph (the writing on the stone), the dream means that you can solve whatever problems are facing you much more easily than you think. (read all at source)
If you dreamed about a mysterious person's gravestone, you are worried about what other people will think about you when you die. Will you have accomplished all you set out to do? Will other people see you the way you see yourself? You constantly wonder about everyone's opinion. (read all at source)
gravestone marking a serious item; remembering someone who has died; something written that cannot be changed. What would you like your epitaph to be? (read all at source)
The fact that some graves had stones and others had markers might show that the ones with gravestones were fully acknowledged and remembered but the others weren't. The image of your ex is likely just the image that brings out these memories in you. (read all at source)
several days ago, I received a phonecall from my mother letting me know that she went to visit the gravestone of her mother (my grandmother) and that the stone was thrown down and/or vandalized,... (read all at source)
*Please see Headstone.
To dream that you are eating gravy, foretells of failing health or disappointing business. (read all at source)
execrable, exhaustive, exit, expiration, extinction, extinguishment, fatal, fateful, fell, file, fill out, final summons, finger of death, flagrant, footstone, formal, formidable, foul, found, frowning, full, fulsome, funebrial, funereal, furrow, gloomy, gnawing, going, going off, grand, gravestone,... (read all at source)
Seeing one's picture on a wall in a dream means one's death and that his name will be itched on a gravestone. (Also see Paintings).
Arabian, Islam M. Ibn Siren... (read all at source)