The umbrella means protection, a shield against bad weather.
For traditional Indians, the umbrella is a symbol of wealth and status.
In ancient Greece, the umbrella was a necessary item for a lady to carry. For men, it was a sign of effeminacy.
With Freud, the umbrella, together with any elongated objects, would lead us to another interpretation: the embodiment of the male member.
In Hong Kong, the umbrella is a widespread accessory used against the sun and pepper sprays.
The bank manager will only lend you an umbrella if the sun shines.
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