Spilling oil from an oil lamp.
Leaving an unused oven completely empty...Store pots or pans in it...
Seeing an owl in the daytime.
Killing an owl.
An owl on the roof of a house...Death Omen...
A peacock spreading his tail in front of you.
Seeing or hearing a peacock cry.
Feathers from a peacock.
Only if you bought it for yourself.
If it is given as a gift, give the giver a penny for it.
Brides should never wear pearls.
To be on an engagement...These will bring tears...
Picking a penny up from the street that is face up.
As a charm or an ornament.
A single pigeon on the roof or chimney...Death Omen...
See a pin pick it up,
And all day you'll have good luck.
See a pin let it lay,
And your luck will pass away.
Especially lucky to find a bent pin.
Seeing a mantas...Some believe that a praying mantis kneels when angels are near.
Killing or harming a praying mantis
As a lucky charm.
A bird of Ill-Omen.
Unlucky to receive or give a razor.
For sailors to have tattoos.
To have a cat on board.
A child being born aboard ship.
To change the name of a ship.
For the bottle not to smash when launching a new ship.
To sail on a green ship.
To sail on a Friday.
To step aboard using your left foot first.
Bring salt into a new house.
Carry a small amount of salt in your purse or pocket.
Include salt with the gift for a newborn.
Return borrowed salt.
Spill salt...unless you throw a pinch over your left shoulder.
Brake, drop or give a pair of scissors.
Sing in the street, disappointment you'll meet.
Sing before seven, you'll cry before eleven.
If you sing before you eat, you'll cry before your sleep.
Sing while eating or sing in bed,
Evil will get you and you'll be dead.
Sneezing first thing in the morning.
Sneezing to the right.
Sneezing on New Year's Eve.
Sneezing to the left.
Sneezing before going to bed.
Sneeze on Monday, sneeze for danger.
Sneeze on Tuesday, kiss a stranger.
Sneeze on Wednesday, get a letter.
Sneeze on Thursday, something better.
Sneeze on Friday, sneeze for woe.
Sneeze on Saturday, a journey to go.
Sneeze on Sunday, your safety seek,
For Satan will have you the rest of the week.
Seeing a spider outdoors.
Spider crawling on you or your clothes.
A spider in the morning is a sign of sorrow;
A spider at noon brings worry for tomorrow;
A spider in the afternoon is a sign of a gift;
But a spider in the evening will all hopes uplift.
Tripping while going upstairs.
Turning on the stairs.
Passing someone on the stairs.
Tripping while going downstairs.
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Opening an umbrella in the house.
Give or be given an umbrella.
Putting an umbrella on the table.
It is lucky for the bride to wear a borrowed veil.
Something old, something new.
Something borrowed, something blue.
A bride to make her own wedding dress.
The bride to try on the veil with the wedding dress.
Marry on your birthday.
Marry after sunset.
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