Preanalysis assumption: In the beginning I assumed that “grass” stood for the teen age girl, like the “green vegetable” (grünes Gemüse) does in German. Many of the sense capsules in which it appears, seemed to disclose its secret meanings by this interpretation. But only vaguely so, and hardly ever in a coital, intravaginal sense, the criterion by which most of her symbols must be judged. Then, when I began to understand this requirement, I placed “grass” into the “earth” group of symbols, the intravaginal territory that feeds the “warmth”, the “light” of “sunshine”: to wit, penis activity within vagina, and especially its emission. “Earth” is therefore identifiable with the sensitive sections in the vaginal skin, and with the sensoryemotional feelings excited in the female by the male, especially during intercourse. Thus anything that shows “life” on the “earth”, should be interpreted as excited sexual feelingbuds in the vagina. I borrow here from the taste buds of the tongue, for making clear my meaning). But this assumption does not always pan out. There seem to be many instances where “grass” has a male meaning, sometimes that of semen. This she may have done for reasons of camouflage. Lastly, I have recently also gotten occasional impressions as if the “grass” symbol also appears in the fondling phase, and may have there, too, a female and a male meaning.