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in a dream are a sign of joy and benefits. If one sees himself crowned with a garland of flowers
in the dream, it means that he will get married, enjoy his marital life excessively and take pleasure in experiencing his success in this world. Seeing flowers
out of season in a dream means depression. If an impostor sees himself carrying a bouquet of flowers
in a dream, it means constipation, while if a sick person sees that in a dream, it means his death. A bouquet of many varieties of flowers
and colors in a dream represent the world, its constantly renewed youthfulness and its material pleasures. As for a woman, seeing flowers
in a dream means getting pregnant or overcoming her difficulties. (Also see Blossoms; Earth; Iris)
Sweet Smelling Flowers Dream Explanation
— Fragrant flowers
such as roses, jasmine, narcissus, marigold, daisies etc.- if any of these are seen detached from its stem-it suggest that the observer will lose his accumulated wealth. But if they are not, it is a harbinger of a son who will be good, hones and righteous. How righteous he will be depends on the intensity of the fragrance given off by such a flower.
Giving Dream Explanation
— (Allot; Distribute; Gift; Offer) Giving
something in a dream indicates the value or worth of the giver. If one gives his workers or a needy person little money when they merit more, it denotes his disobedience to the commands of Allah Almighty, or straying away from the prophetic traditions. If one is denied what he is asking for in a dream, it means failure in his religious practices, suffering from the consequences of challenging others and arguing about religious laws, or it could represent one's perilous pursuit of heedless thoughts. If a sick person sees himself paying his debts in a dream, it means his death or the spoiling of his wealth. If he is healthy, then it denotes a case of mental derangement, anger, lack of self-control or raising one's voice unnecessarily. If a poor person sees himself paying someone's debt in a dream, it means that he will receive benefits. Receiving monetary compensation by a court order in a dream denotes lawful earnings.
Giving birth Dream Explanation
— (See Childbirth)
Giving up the ghost Dream Explanation
— (Death) In a dream, the return of one's soul back to its Lord means remitting of a trust back to its rightful owner, the recovery of a sick person from his illness, the release of a prisoner from jail, or perhaps it could represent a reunion of people who love one another. (Also see Death)
Accepting from or Giving to the Deceased Something Dream Explanation
— Accepting something from the dead is regarded as good while giving
him something is regarded as bad. If a person sees a dead person giving
him something of this world it mean he will acquire livelihood from an unimaginable source. And if he sees himself giving
a dead person clothes normally worn by living persons and he accepts such clothes and wears them it means he (the giver) has a short life span.
Giving Someone Black Coins Dream Explanation
— A secret will be divulged to him.
Giving people Water to Drink Dream Explanation
— Drawing water from the well and seeing impurities and filth in such water means the person doing so will pollute his wealth with haraam wealth.
Giving the Dead Roti, Bread or a Ring Dream Explanation
— It means a son will be born to him and he will die, or if he is wealthy he will lose his wealth.
Flower Dream Explanation
— The flower or rose symbolizes a child or honest money. Since the word in Arabic is ward, it could also mean the return (worood) of an absent one or the arrival of a letter. Certain interpreters believe that the rose represents a woman who quits, a child who dies, a trade that does not last, or a passing joy, in view of the flower’s ephemeral nature. Others think that all aromatic plants—numerous or few—allude to worries and sorrow. To them, flowers
mean crying, except for those flowers
that the dreamer sees in their normal place but does not touch, in which case they would refer to a new birth, et cetera. In the event of their being picked and their trees dying, it means that there will be crying and weeping. The same applies to myrtles, spices, and legumes. In Arabic, the borderline between roses and other flowers
is quite hazy. Flowers also refer to praise or good repute.
• Seeing a crown of flowers
, particularly roses, on one’s head: Will marry a woman but soon be separated.
• A young man giving flowers
or roses to the dreamer: An enemy will take an oath or pledge something, then fail to keep his promise.
spread all around the place: Brittle and nonlasting happiness in this world.
• Cutting a rose tree or rosebush: Trouble and worries.
• Picking roses: Joy.
• Picking white flowers
from one’s garden: Will kiss a virtuous woman with mutual passion.
• Dreaming of red flowers: The dreamer’s woman is of the gay type who likes artists, singing, dancing, et cetera, as opposed to a pious woman.
• Dreaming of yellow flowers: The dreamer’s wife has frail health.
• Picking flower buds: The dreamer’s wife will have a miscarriage, and the fetus will be a male child.
• Picking a well-known flower with big leaves: The dreamer is sweet on a beautiful woman whom everybody is running after and calumniating at the same time.
Rue Dream Explanation
— Wild rue, also called herb of grace, symbolizes money laundering. It is a plant that has a strong smell and small flowers
. It was said by the ancient Arabs to have certain medical or healing properties; but its use is extremely dangerous. Each of its flowers
represents one hundred currency units.
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 husband’s second wife) a bouquet of myrtle: He will quit her and stick to the rival.
Birth Dream Explanation
— If one sees his mother giving
birth to him in a dream, and should he be ill, it means the approach of his death. (Also see Childbirth; Giving
Sadaqa Dream Explanation
— ALMS GIVING
• Dreaming of alms giving
depends on the dreamer. Such a dream made by a religious scholar or an erudite man means that he will be conveying his knowledge to others. The same dream made by a ruler means that he will be in charge of more people. To a craftsman it means that he will teach his craft to certain persons, etc.
sadaqa to the poor: (1) No more worries. (2) No more fear.
• Feeding an atheist: The dreamer is fortifying the enemy.
Blossoms Dream Explanation
— In a dream, blossoms represent an inner or an outer light, or guidance one follows for spiritual or material gains. (Also see Earth; Flowers; Roses)
Hyacinth Dream Explanation
— (Bulbs; Gem; Sapphire) These bulbous and bell-shaped flowers
in a dream differ in meaning depending on their type, shape and fragrance. If one smells a hyacinth flower in a dream, it means relief from sorrow, end of adversities, good deeds, or making a true promise. If one sees a deceased person carrying such a flower, or offering him a hyacinth flower to smell in a dream, it means that the deceased person is dwelling in paradise. If an unwed person sees a hyacinth flower in his dream, it means that he will get married. If a married person sees a hyacinth flower in his dream, it means that he will beget a son, or he may acquire knowledge, or specialize in a scientific project that will add to his pride. Perhaps, a fragrant hyacinth in a dream could mean disturbances, distress, or a sickness. It is said that any flower from the lily family may represent death when presented to a sick person in a dream. A healthy hyacinth plant in the ground means a beautiful son, or good words. A garland of hyacinth flowers
in a dream means honor. A hyacinth flower salesman in a dream represents a worrisome person, for such flowers
do not remain long in his possession. If any of the flowers
of the lily family are cut, or made into a bouquet in the dream, then they mean sorrow, and if they are seen on their mother plant, they mean happiness, a husband or a son. If one sees a hyacinth flower being raised to the heavens in a dream, it means the death of a gnostic or that of a renowned scholar. A hyacinth in a dream also represents a son when standing erect in the fields, and it represents a woman when gathered as a bouquet of flowers
, while it means a calamity if seen cut and placed inside a flower pot, a vase , or in an inappropriate place. A hyacinth flower in a dream also represents a beautiful woman or blessings, its fragrance represents one's love for his wife, and its tenderness represents one's concern and support for his family. Seeing branches of hyacinth spread inside a house in a dream means lauding or commending someone. If one is offered a hyacinth flower but find that it carries no fragrance in the dream, it means an adversity. If one throws a hyacinth flower to another person in a dream, it means that the receiver will experience sorrow at his hand and that their friendship will be hampered. If one sees another person sitting inside a mosque and surrounded with hyacinth in a dream, it means that the other person is backbiting him though what he is saying is not true. (Also see Lily of the valley; Water lily; Stone)
Acacia tree Dream Explanation
— (Arabic Gum; Dyes; Mimosa tree; Ornamental flowers; Perfume) Seeing this tree in a dream means stinginess, evil and behaving with the actions of the dwellers of hell-fire.
Elder Dream Explanation
— The elder tree, also called balm tree, symbolizes blessed money. It is a tree with white flowers
in bunches from which the essence of a perfume is derived.
Clothes Dream Explanation
— A man told Ibn Siren, “I dreamed that I bought an ornamented cloth of the best silk, which was folded up. When I unfolded and hung it, I found it rotten in the middle.” “Did you buy an Andalusian slave?” asked Ibn Siren. “Yes,” said the man. “Did you have sex with her?” “No,” said the man, “for I have not yet checked her.” “Don’t bother to do so, because her genitals are stinking.” And so it was when the man had his new slave checked by his women.
• New white clothes: A new chance.
• The dead giving
the dreamer something of what he is wearing and the former wearing it in turn: Deep trouble and an acute disease. If the cloth was left till the dead took it back, it means that the dreamer will quickly depart from this world.
• A dead person giving
the dreamer a tailored cloth that does not belong to the former and the latter taking and wearing it, then returning it to the dead, who wears it in turn: Those who live under the dreamer’s roof will die unless he had not returned the cloth to the dead, in which case the dreamer’s wealth will increase.
• The dead giving
the dreamer a tattered or dirty cloth: Will commit abominations.
a cloth to the dead, but the latter neither unfolding nor wearing it: Harm will befall the dreamer’s fortune or health, but recovery will follow.
• Taking off some clothes and giving
them to the dead: Will die. If the dreamer recovers the clothes, it will be otherwise.
Dress Dream Explanation
— • Dreaming that unknown people have come to you and dressed you in pompous clothes without there being any feast or marriage, then left you alone in a house: You will die.
• The dead giving
the dreamer two well-washed Arab male robes: Will become prosperous.
• The dead lending his robe to the dreamer, then asking for it back: That dead person has very few good deeds to his credit and cannot hope for much of God’s forgiveness.
• The dead giving
the dreamer an old robe: The latter will become poor and miserable.
• The dead giving
the dreamer a new robe: The latter will become rich and powerful.
• Holding one’s Arab robe and telling a dead person, “Take this and sew it,” or, “wash it,” without the cloth leaving the dreamer’s hand or becoming the property of the dead: Trouble, hardships, and depression. If the dead had taken and worn it, the dreamer would die.
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