Miscarry

The cancellation or failure of that which was intended to become a new beginning; see “baby”

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Afterbirth

Figurative of the dead past that one should leave behind so they can have a new beginning; see “baby”

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Intercourse

Entering into a mutual course of action to bring about a new beginning, i.E. A new job; see “baby” and “sex”

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Stork

Referring to the announcement of a new birth, literally or spiritually; see “baby”

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Womb

Figurative of the creative origin which brings new beginnings; see “baby”

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Sperm

1. Desire to have a baby. 2. Sense of one’s virility. 3. One has the capacity to grow.

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Little girl

A little girl in a dream represents prosperity, wealth after poverty, and ease after a passing adversity. Seeing a baby girl of milk suckling age is even better in a dream. It means a new and a praiseworthy development in one’s life, or it could mean receiving benefits one is hoping for, or living a […]

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Buggy

Minimum power, according to type of buggy, i.E. “Baby”, “horse”; research accordingly

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Castrate

To deprive one of their authority and ability to figuratively impregnate; see “baby” and “pregnant”

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Contraception

Used to intentionally prevent profitable production when entering into any course of action; see “baby”

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Embryo

1. A new beginning. 2. A new idea. 3. If pregnant, hoping that the baby passes scrutiny, comes out okay.

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Cradle / Crib

The physical as opposed to the spiritual body is sometimes represented as a cradle or baby’s crib.

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Genitals

Represents one’s ability to produce or create a new beginning; research details; see “baby”

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Homosexuality

Figuratively, a course of action without ability to conceive a new beginning; of no connotation with “sensual”; see “baby”

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Son

The mature creative fruit of one’s labor, i.E. An author’s book; see “baby” and “relative”

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Sex

A mutual coarse of action to bring about a new beginning, i.E. A new business partnership; see “baby”; of no connotation with “sensual”

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