Definitions for "Abbey"
A monastery or society of persons of either sex, secluded from the world and devoted to religion and celibacy; also, the monastic building or buildings.
The church of a monastery.
A monastic community of either monks or nuns. Ruled by an (m.) Abbot or (f.) Abbess Usually founded by a particular monastic order and bound by their rules. Abbeys many times owe some form of feudal obligation to a lord/lady or higher organization. Basically they are self contained with all basic function performed by the residents and needs from the local area. (MEDIEV-L. Medieval Terms) Related terms: Monastery For more information: Abbey and Monastic Architecture / Religious Orders
Belgian ale, brewed in a commercial secular brewery.
Commercial Belgian beers licensed by abbeys. Not to be confused with Trappist ales.
Abbey National plc (trading as Abbey) is the United Kingdom's sixth biggest bank, and Europe's second largest mortgage lender, after Halifax (part of the HBOS Group). Abbey was previously known as Abbey National, changing its name in 2003 in a rebranding effort. It still trades formally as Abbey National plc, but is now a subsidiary of Banco Santander Central Hispano SA (BSCH).
The Abbey division of Westminster was a parliamentary constituency in the United Kingdom, named for Westminster Abbey.
Abbey was a British coachbuilding company based in Merton, South West London and later Acton, North West London and was active between 1930 and about 1938.
Keywords:  gloom, omen, sadness, daylight, anxiety
Looking upon this type of structure clearly and in broad daylight, generally you can consider this a good omen. Being a very good sign you can expect peace of mind and substantial freedom from anxiety. If you see in Abbey in gloom or fog at night it indicates sadness, but it should only the temporary in nature.