(Roll up; Swathe) In a dream, a wrap represents one’s limbs. To wrap up something in a dream means turning the page on something, closing a book, retracing one’s steps, winding up a conversation, or controlling the spread of a rumor. (Also see Wrap; Wrapping)
(Wrap) Ashroud in a dream means coveringone’s private parts, or it could mean having a secret affair, concealing one’s action while displaying a deceptive appearance, or it could mean marriage with an incompatible spouse. Wearing a shroud in a dream also may mean earning money from adultery. If one sees a shroud and does not […]
(Cloth; Cover) Wearing a wrapping around one’s waist in a dream represents a husband and a wife who live together without sexual relationship. A wrapping in a dream also may represent a dullish or a simple-minded child. (Also see Wrap up; Wrap)
Dreams of saran wrap represent a desire to preserve or sustain a relationship, a thought, a habit or belief. Or perhaps you have a desire to keep an idea fresh. See Transparent.
To see oneself wrapped in a blanket or a cloth in a dream means being serious about one’s work and earning an honest livelihood. It also means receiving a medal of honor, recognition, or an endowment for his noble virtues. (Also see Shroud; Wrap up)
(See Wrap up)
1. Signal to contact someone. 2. Police may be investigating one. 3. Need to “wrap up” something.
(See Wrap up)
(Dwellings; Face; Look; State; Transient) One’s garment in a dream represents his innermost thoughts that will eventually show in his attitude in life. If one’s thoughts are good, then it will show, and if they are evil, they will also manifest. If one wears a slipper over his head and a turban in his foot […]