A Wife Donning the Clothes of her Husband Dream Explanation
This is a good and pleasant dream.
A Wife Wearing the Military Clothes of her Husband Dream Explanation
The interpretation of such a dream is linked with either her husband
or one who guards her. The same dream could mean that either she will benefit from the good qualities of her husband
or he will benefit from her good qualities.
Fighting a Camel Dream Explanation
or quarrelling with a camel means he will fight with his enemy.
A Fighting Horse Dream Explanation
If a person sees the horse fighting
with him it means he will commit a serious crime landing himself in some misfortune whose seriousness depends on the strength of such a horse.
Fighting a Snake Dream Explanation
a snake means a person will fight his enemy. Overpowering it means he will gain victory over him. And if he is overpowered it means he will be defeated.
A Cat Fighting Someone Dream Explanation
the person with whom the cat is fighting
will become ill in the very near future. If the cat is overpowered, he will recover quickly. But if the cat bites him he will remain ill for a lengthy period. According to Ibn Sirin his illness will span for one whole year. And a wild cat bespeaks of more serious illness and for a greater period.
Cock fighting Dream Explanation
(Gamecock) Cock fight in a dream means prodding and instigating a dispute between close friends or colleagues, or it could mean provoking enmity between scholars or a dispute between two muezzins who call to prayers in a mosque.
Fight Dream Explanation
In a dream, a fight means deception, betrayal, misleading or trickery. A fight in a dream also means inflation and rising prices, plague, food lines, adversities or stress. If a soldier sees himself engaged in a battle in a dream, it means that he will receive benefits and a rewarding success. Fighting
unjust people in a dream means triumph over injustice, supporting the needs of one's father or mother first, or being protective of one's wife or husband
against the truth in a dream means aligning oneself with heedless people or going astray. (Also see Disbelief; Killing; War; Wrestling)
Veil Dream Explanation
The veil symbolizes the dreamers religion and the womans husband
, decency, ornament, and welfare or her chief.
A pure veil: The husband
or chief has plenty of money.
A white veil: The husband
or chief is religious and prestigious.
A black veil: The husband
is stupid and poor.
A woman dreaming of removing her veil in a public place: Will no longer have any shame or prudence.
A woman dreaming that her veil is gone: Her husband
will abandon her. If she finds it back, the husband
will return. If she is not married, the ordeal will be faced by her brother or uncle, et cetera.
Something wrong with the veil: The husband
will have a tragedy.
A man dreaming of wearing a veil or a mask: Will have a slave girl or a servant.
Weasel Dream Explanation
(Marten; Mongoose) In a dream, a weasel represents an insolent person, a fool and a stupid man who is unjust and ruthless. If a weasel enters a house in a dream, it means that evil or adversities may take place inside one's dwellings. A weasel is the only mammal that can kiss a snake. Thus, seeing a weasel in a dream may represent a prostitute or adultery. Fighting
with a weasel in a dream means fighting
with a prostitute or an adulteress.
Lynx Dream Explanation
(Cheetah; Panther) Lynx, a cheetah, or a panther in a dream represent might, exaltation, cuddling and coquetry, along with anger, rage and enmity. A lynx in a dream also represents an enemy who does not show either his enmity nor friendliness. Fighting
with a lynx in a dream means fighting
with someone with such qualities and character. Using a lynx to hunt with in a dream means prosperity and might.
Incident Dream Explanation
A woman came to God's Prophet, upon whom be peace, and said: "Oh Messenger of God, I saw in a dream that the central pillar which supports the ceiling of my house broke, and the ceiling caved in." God's Prophet (uwbp) replied: "Your husband
will return to his home from a journey." Soon, the husband
returned home from a business trip, and the wife was happy. While the husband
is in town, the woman saw the same dream again, and she sought to ask God's Prophet (uwbp) about it. When she did not find him, Abu Baler was present, so she told him the dream, and he replied: "Your husband
will soon die." In the first interpretation of the above dream, the husband
was absent, while in the second dream, he was present. The conditions changed, and the meaning also changed.
Hornet Dream Explanation
A hornet in a dream represents a fighting
enemy, a builder, an architect, a thief, a highway robber, a despicable person whose earnings are unlawful, a singer who sings in the wrong key, eating poisonous food, or disclosing something. A hornet in a dream also represents a slanderer, a troublemaker, a strong fighter, a strong enemy that will argue against the truth, or merciless people, a vile person, a blood thirsty person, a stinging personality, or a harmful connection. Fighting
attacking hornets in a dream means a war with evil people.
Gamecock Dream Explanation
(See Cock fighting)
Head-cloth or Odhni Dream Explanation
A wife's head-cloth (ie. Hijab, Odhni, scarf etc.). izaar, or burqa represents her husband
. Any excellence or defect seen in any of the above is a reflection of a similar excellence or defect in her husband
Ewe Dream Explanation
(Female sheep) In a dream, a ewe represents a woman, a wife or prosperity. Running after a ewe and finding oneself unable to keep-up or to catch it in a dream means chasing a woman and failing to seduce her. Milking a ewe in a dream means good profits for that year. Eating the meat of a ewe in a dream means inheriting a rich woman. If a ewe leaves one's house in a dream, it means divorce or the death of one's wife. If a ewe turns into a ram in a dream, it means infertility. A pregnant ewe in a dream means expecting to receive some money. Fighting
with a ewe in a dream means an argument with a woman. Seeing a ewe in a dream also means distress, adversities, loss of one's husband
or job. (Also see Ram; Sheep)
Incident Dream Explanation
Once the Caliph Omar Bin Al-Khattab, God be pleased with him, appointed a judge for Syria. When the man left Mecca, one night he saw in a dream that the sun, the moon, and the stars were fighting
against one another. Then, the man himself became a star and participated in the fight in the dream. Halfway through his journey, the man returned to Medina and told the Caliph about his dream. Omar asked: "When you became a star in the dream, did you fight on the side of the sun or that of the moon?" The man replied: "I fought on the side of the moon." Omar replied: "Go away, and do not work for me." Later on, the man joined the army of Yaz'id in Syria and died fighting
the caliphate during the battle of Siffin.
Narcissus Dream Explanation
A yellow narcissus symbolizes gold, and white symbolizes silver. It refers to joy.
Having a crown of narcissus on the head: Will marry a beautiful woman or have a pretty slave or maid who will not stay. If a woman has such a dream, it could mean that her husband
will divorce her or die.
Seeing narcissus flowers in a garden: Children who will live long. If the flowers are cut or perish, those children will not reach old age.
A woman dreaming that her husband
has offered her a bouquet of narcissi and her rival (the husbands second wife) a bouquet of myrtle: He will quit her and stick to the rival.
Bigamy Dream Explanation
For a man, it means power, in the event the bride has been seen or named or is known to the dreamer, and such power would be commensurate with her beauty; otherwise it means his death or he will commit a killing.
A woman dreaming that she has married an additional husband: Benefits and good deeds, in case that husband
was seen or named or was known to her. Otherwise it means her doom.
Fight Dream Explanation
The rule of interpretation in dreams involving fighting
and wrestling is that if the two adversaries are of different kinds, like man and animal, he who wins in the dream will triumph in reality. Otherwise, it is the winner who is the loser.
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