Depending on position, the card may take a noun (person, place or thing) or descriptive meaning (such as an adjective). Both examples are provided. The cards can also be very literal, so literal meanings, if applicable, are provided as well.
Quick hit: A little luck, gamble, lucky, fleeing
Timing: Two days, the second day of the month, February or quick, brief
Detail: The Clover is a card of luck, though only a little. The plant is also a little one, so Clover can be a little of something. The card can also mean a risk or a gamble. Depending on the context of the cards, it can also mean a gambler.
Compare: Compare this card to that of 34 Fish, which refers to a lot of something.
2 Clover + 9 Bouquet = A little gift
2 Clover + 13 Child = A small beginning
2 Clover + 25 Ring = A small commitment to something
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