Dream analysis by Shykh abdul ghani nabalsi
Are in a dream Sfah server. It was a woman Sfahh. Drain and the unknown woman adulteress. It is blocked Baluath narrowed it down doctrines.
Is in a dream a man who is well known.
It felt Maazib is taking place in the rain, they show mesmerized. Gutters and indicate the slain.
and perhaps Del gutter on the vulva of a breakthrough when his family drained the water.
and perhaps Del gutter on the messenger or the Secretary, who does not betray the entrusted him, but Aousel each one right. The shed blood of which is indicated by an enemy poured out the blood of the people of that country. The water shed of which is indicated by a net of prosperity and security. The shed which had a bung or smell bad, is evidence of disease ulcers and boils and smallpox and the like. But felt Sazab Mosque of Mercy in or rule of his house was the well of Zamzam.
is of the opinion that under the gutter compassion and mercy of Allah be remedied happened to him otherwise.
Dream interpretation by Ibne serin
Gutter: (Drain pipe; Gutter of Mercy; Roof gutter) In a dream, a gutter represents someone who is gracious from time to time. Seeing water flowing through gutters without a rainfall in a dream means corruption, or people who are spreading evil in that locality. Each gutter in such a dream also represents the loss of one life. Gutters in a dream also represent servants and housekeepers who faithfully manage their duties, or they could mean relief from distress or pressures. A gutter in a dream also may represent a trustworthy emissary or a reliable letter carrier. If blood flows through a gutter in a dream, then it represents a tyrant and bloodshed that will take place in that locality. If fresh water flows through it, and if people seem to benefit from it in the dream, then it represents economic growth, peace, safety and tranquility. If murky water or odorous and filthy water flows through it in a dream, it means plagues that include ulcers, tumors and smallpox. (Also see Gutter of Mercy; Roof). .