Crow Dream Explanation
— (Carrion crow; Cheat; Hooded crow; Jackdow; Raven; Swindle) A crow
in a dream means adultery, narrow-mindedness or concealing one's evil actions or intentions. In a dream, a crow
also represents a stingy, proud, ostentatious and an arguing person. Hunting crows in a dream means earning unlawful money through deceitful actions and corruption. Seeing a crow
in a dream also means a bad omen and particularly if seen in the fields. Seeing a crow
standing over the roof
of one's house in a dream means that one's wife is having a secret affair with one of his friends. If a crow
speaks to someone in his dream, it means that he will beget a son who will grow to be a corrupt person. If one sees a crow
speaking to him in a dream, it could mean suffering from depression, then feeling better thereafter. A crow
in a dream also could signify migration, or separation between beloveds. Eating the flesh of a crow
in a dream means receiving money from thieves. Seeing a crow
standing before the courthouse in a dream means committing an offense and paying the price for one's crime, or it could mean killing one's brother, then regretting it. If one sees a crow
digging the earth in a dream, then it becomes a stronger indication of such a crime. If a crow
scratches someone's face in a dream, it means dying from an illness or freezing to death from being lost in a forest during the winter. Receiving a crow
as a gift in a dream means happiness. A hooded crow
in a dream represents longevity, a wealthy person, elderly people or it could represent wonderment about something when awakened. A crow
in a dream is also the messenger of winter, cold weather and adversities. Seeing a crow
descending upon a noble house means that a corrupt person will marry a noble woman from that house. Seeing a piebald crow
in a dream means an affliction that will befall one's son. Owning such a piebald crow
in a dream means having a bad son. Slaughtering such a crow
in a dream means receiving news from a distant place. In that sense, if a piebald crow
speaks to someone in a dream, it means begetting a son who will grow to be a despicable and a corrupt person. Seeing a flock of crows inside one's house in a dream means gaining wealth and honor up to the end of one's life. It also could represent people who speak ill of others or backbite them. A crow
in a dream also represents a vicious fighter who fights just for himself and who is keen at acquiring what he wants, or it could represent a grave digger or bad news, a bad omen, mismanagement of one's life or business, a long journey, trouble, adversities or calling a curse upon someone, adultery or it could represent someone who mixes good with bad qualities. Seeing a jackdaw in a dream means a bad crop. Fighting a crow
in a dream means fighting someone of such character. Holding a crow
in one's hand in a dream means self-deception and pride. A crow
inside one's shop in a dream means a corrupt person in that company. Hunting crows in a dream means gains from unlawful sources. Seeing a crow
standing over a grave in a dream means that one will die in that place, or that one will discover something about which he had no knowledge. (Also see Baby crow; Carrion crow; Raven)
Crow Dream Explanation
— The crow
symbolizes a haughty man who walks arrogantly, a miser, a corrupt person, and a liar. According to religious belief, it once was a human being but was metamorphosed as a result of a curse. In general, sight of one does not augur well. Paradoxically, it sometimes alludes to long life.
• Catching a crow: Will make illicit gains through corruption and arrogance.
• Seizing or winning a crow: Vanity and wrongdoing.
• Owning a crow: Will loot somebody or something.
• Talking to a crow: Will drown in worries, but relief will follow.
• Eating crow
meat: Will get money from thieves.
• Seeing a crow
at the king’s gate: Will commit a crime and will feel sorry or will kill one’s brother, then repent in view of a verse in the Holy Quran about Cain and Abel: “Then Allah sent a crow
scratching up the ground, to show him how to hide his brother’s naked corpse. He said: Woe unto me! Am I not able to be as this raven and so hide my brother’s naked corpse? And he became repentant.” (“Al-Maidah” [The Table Spread], verse 31.)
• Being scratched by crows: (1) Will freeze to death. (2) Will be slandered by unscrupulous persons and suffer tremendously.
• A crow
standing on the Kabah, the Muslims holiest shrine in Mecca (Makkah): A debauchee will marry an honest woman.
• Seeing a crow
in one’s house: (1) A man is betraying the dreamer by sleeping with his wife. (2) The ruler or one of his men will enter the dreamer’s house against his will or storm it.
Crow Dream Explanation
— It represents a mischievous person who is a great liar and an impostor. He has no religion. The same is the interpretation of an old eagle and magpie. Ibn Sirin (RA) says that if a person sees an old eagle in his dream during the day, he will suffer from some serious illness.
Carrion crow Dream Explanation
— (or any common crow
and particularly one with a red beak, or a starling.) In a dream, a carrion crow
represents a mighty man, or people who like sharing, or it could mean a disturbance without cause or basis. (Also see Crow)
Baby crow Dream Explanation
— (Fledgling; Nestling) A fledgling crow
in a dream represents poverty, need, separation from one's parents and segregation from one's relatives or clan. If one is experiencing such adverse conditions in wakefulness, then seeing a fledgling crow
in a dream means satisfaction of one's needs and reunion with his family. When the egg hatches and the baby crow
comes out of it, the parents shy away from their fledgling and remain distant from the nest. Then Allah Almighty will provide the nestling crow
with various types of flies to eat from. Once the baby crow's feathers grow, the parents will return to their nest and care for their baby until it commences to fly.
Hooded crow Dream Explanation
— (See Crow)
Peacock, Crow or Magpie Dream Explanation
— A peacock may be interpreted as a wealthy non-Arab king who adopts much embellishments and who has many followers. The same applies to a royal white falcon or eagle. But if it is a crow
or a magpie, it represents an evil person.
Raven Dream Explanation
— (Carrion crow; Crow; Hooded crow; Rook) In a dream, a raven represents a high ranking man, a forbearing and a patient person, or a strong and a well feared person. (Also see Crow; Rook)
Rook Dream Explanation
— (Carrion crow; Crow; Raven) Capturing a rook in a dream means receiving an inheritance, or it could mean presenting the truth before a jury in a court of justice that will be refuted, then presenting the judge with a false version that will be accepted. A rook in a dream also represents a highway robbery. (Also see Crow)
An Uncontrollable Horse Dream Explanation
— If a horse is seen as going out of control in a confined area such as the top
of a wall or roof
or within the four walls of a masjid it means his honour and dignity will be tarnished. Perhaps he will commit a sin or crime of a serious nature.
Oranges Dream Explanation
— Orange ,s if many, they symbolise
lawful wealth. If only three or less, they symbolise
righteous children. There is no harm in seeing the yellow portion of an orange.
Shells Dream Explanation
— They symbolise
wealth of little or no benefit at all. At times they symbolise
knowledge of no benefit, if they are few, it many sumbolise women and servants.
Books and Magazine Dream Explanation
— Books and magazines that are rolled up in a bundle symbolise
news that is concealed. Books that are laid open symbolise
news that is plain and obious.
Fingers Dream Explanation
— They symbolise
his brother's and sister's chidren (ie. Nephews and nieces ). At other times they symbolise
the five daily salaah. Thus, if any defects are seen in a persons fingers, it is suggestive of similar short comings in his salaah; or it forewarns mishaps regarding his nephews or nieces-depending entirely on which of the two aspects are implicated in the dream.
The Back and Loins Dream Explanation
— These symbolise
a perbond honour, dignity and nobility. At other times the back or the loins symbolise
a child since a child is born of a perbond back.