Among the rest, a tin symbolises female sexuality. Important ones are, in any case, the contents of the tin.
- A close tin indicates that one liked to know something what is kept secret before one.
- A close tin which one does not get open deals with feelings which one would like to keep under lock and key anyway.
- A tin open aforesaid which we give away something, want to give so somebody an allowance.
- An open tin against it indicates the exuberance of the feelings which one is ready to give away and can contain the request to take a favorable opportunity.
- What was then in the tin
- of wood or horn: miserable profit,
- from noble metal: good views,
- clarifies decorated or paints: let themselves get to believe something,
- lose tin: your forgetfulness brings you damage,
- sniff from it tobacco: on good ideas come,
- get from it a pinch offered, or offer somebody one: new friendship close,
- closed: one holds back his opinion before you,
- openly: take what you want, one waits for it.
- as a container a symbol of the protected life, without all loss is,
- use, - one will hear good,
- lose: meant disagreement with itself,
- find: you will hear something pleasant, - one enjoys joy and favour,
- of hard wood, leg etc.: warns about acceptance of ugly habits,
- of silver: if an honourary present registers, - Li> brings advantages,
- golden ones: Wealth,
- (snuff) lose: Profit in the play,
- sniff from it: you make a pleasant acquaintance,
- nicely paints: Pleasure,
- receive to the present: you reach to honour and respect, - one has good friends.