Symbolic of solitude
Solitude or separation, Isa. 14:23
One who lives in solitude, i.E. A religious devotee
A person of solitude who observes others for gain, only wise in their own eyes
1. Isolation, retreat. 2. A need for solitude and space, cleansing. 3. Loneliness. 4. Sorrow and shame.
A dream denoting gain, profit (Gypsy). Symbol of solitude (Christian).
Symbolic of solitude and seclusion, Song. 4:8. A leopard can also symbolize an ambush by an enemy, Hosea 13:7, Jer. 5:6
A place of spiritual dryness, Amos 5:25, or solitude for a time of training in life, Matt. 4:1
1. Power, innocence and purity. 2. Overcoming obstacles, improvements of situations and conditions. 3. Solitude, rebirth and communication—usually spiritual, often emotional.
In dreams, the number one stands for individuality, solitude, the ego, leadership, originality, and a winner. It also stands for a higher spiritual force.