CU/HA: To live in socially low surroundings. Ugly environment. Coarse art.
Unremunerated art. Paupers. Marriage in poverty. Low and vile company.
Egoism. Individualism. Poor societies or associations. Unfortunate concern.
Sad environment. Storage or supply. To stock, to hoard. Collection of
antiques. Museums. Poor family. Sad social circumstances. Dirty, lowbrow
art, and art productions.
CU/ZE: Artistic activity. Appearance of a new tendency in art. Foundation of a
corporation. Foundation of a society. Marriage. Artistic creation. Military
organization. Matrimonial agent. Creator in art.
CU/KR Concerning the head of the family. To represent greatness in art. Head of a
family. Distinguished or illustrious society or company. Great all. The
formula for a great artist. Large corporations or enterprises. Meetings of
heads of governments. License bureaus. Registry Offices. United States or
United Nations. Great art and artists. Art protector. Patron. Registry office.
CU/AP: To be in the company of many. Much sociability. Art association. Multiplying.
Expansion or extension of a community. Widespread artistic or scientific
association. School classes. Scientific successes. Great expanded society,
family etc. An association representing economic interests. Consumers
union. Art and science. Family with many heads.
CU/AD: Solitude. Hermit. Monastery. To be avoided or avoid others. Dissolution of
an association. Solitude. Lonely places. Hermitage. Monkhood. Monastery.
To shun. End of being together with others. To become a hermit.
CU/VU: The influence and power of an association. Combined or collective power.
Influence of a kind of art. Mighty artistic abilities and talent. Power and
Influence In or through a community. The powerful community or also
political party. Great organization. The power of a community. Might through
unity. Great art.
CU/PO: To congregate with people of the same faith and outlook on life. A
community engaged in the same religion, world-outlook or the same
spiritual attitude. Spiritual, religious, philosophical community. The
congregation of faith. Mental, spiritual, religious or philosophical society.