Categories: C, Islamic Dream Interpretation

Cincture

(Band; Belt; Clerical garment; Rope) The priest’s cincture in a dream represents a son.

A broken cincture in the dream means the death of one’s son. Wearing a cincture in a dream is also a sign of devotion, abstinence, ascetic detachment and a sign of obedience for Christians.

As for a Muslim person, wearing a […]

Categories: G, Islamic Dream Interpretation

Games

(Amusement; Cynicism; Playing games; Playing) To play games or to act sprightly in a dream means pride, arrogance, being cynical, profanity or defiling what is sacred in one’s religion and lacking reverence for it. Playing backgammon in a dream means exaltation, gaining power, honor and rank, or it could denote one’s pride, arrogance and cynicism. […]

Categories: B, Islamic Dream Interpretation

Beggar

(Hobo; Mendicant; Poverty; Richness) In a dream, a beggar represents a seeker of knowledge.

If he is given what he is begging for in a dream. it means that he will succeed in his pursuit of knowledge. His humbleness and his submission when asking means victory. Beggars in a dream also imply sorrow, worries, distress, […]

Categories: Food, Islamic Dream Interpretation, O

Onion

Eating a raw onion in a dream denotes an evil happening.

If a sick person . eats a small amount of onions in a dream, it means that he will die from his illness, but if one sees himself eating a large quantity in his dream, it means that he will be cured of his […]

Categories: D, Houses & Buildings, Islamic Dream Interpretation

Doorstep

(Door lintel; Doorplate; Threshold) In a dream, the doorstep of one’s house represents one’s power, or it could mean marriage.

If one sees himself removing the doorstep of his house in a dream, it means losing his power.

If he removes the door lintels of his house in a dream, it means divorcing his wife. […]

Categories: Body Parts, F, Islamic Dream Interpretation

Finger

(Hand) Fingers help one’s worldly needs or craft and serve one’s benefits in the hereafter by identifying and pointing at what is true and identifying what is wrong.

In general, fingers in a dream represent one’s children, wife, father, mother, money, property, wealth or craft. Positive looking fingers or increase in their number in a […]

Categories: Islamic Dream Interpretation, P

Pursuit

(Claim; Search; Wanted) In a dream, pursuit means one’s destiny, or death.

Ifone sees himselfwanted by his enemy in a dream, it means that he may die shortly. On the other hand, pursuit in a dream also could represent things that foster one’s pride, such as knowledge, schooling, degrees, money, or work.

Ifone sees himselfpursued […]

Categories: Animals, C, Islamic Dream Interpretation, Nightmares

Crocodile

(Alligator; Thief) A crocodile in a dream represents a policeman.

A crocodile in the water in a dream represents a person no one can trust, whether he is a friend or a foe.

A crocodile in a dream also represents a thief or an untruthful merchant.

If one sees a crocodile pulling him into the […]

Categories: Islamic Dream Interpretation, W

Workhorse

(Nag) A workhorse in a dream represents man’s endeavor and serious striving.

The more fit a workhorse in a dream, the better is one’s determination and drive.

Ifa workhorse speaks to a man in a dream, it means income and fame. Riding on the back of a workhorse in a dream means taking a long […]

Categories: B, Clothing, Islamic Dream Interpretation

Belt

(Cincture; Cummerbund; Fastening; Sash; Waist belt) In a dream, a belt depicts the carrier of burdens.

It also implies travels, money, savings or stinginess.

It also could mean serious endeavors and assiduity in seeking knowledge.

A belt or a waistband in a dream could represent one’s wife or his property.

If a woman sees herself […]