Run Dream Explanation — • Running: Triumph over enemies.
• Running on a horse, camel, or any such animal or on one’s feet: Request will be granted speedily; escape and salvage from a fearful matter. It could also mean trying to flee from God Almighty or the Angel of Death, in which case the dreamer is doomed to perish.
• A dead person running: (1) Danger is gone. (2) The dreamer has fallen short of achieving a certain goal and feels bitter about it.
Car Dream Explanation — (Automobile; Carriage; Carrier; Coach; Lift; Litter; Transport; Vehicle; Wheels) In a dream, a car represents someone who properly manages his life, for a car is made from many well coordinated parts, and carries many things and transports them from one location to another. If one sees himself riding a litter that is carried by people in a dream, it means that he will preside over people or beget a son who will be elevated in rank. If a traveller sees a car in his dream, it means that his trip will take a slow turn and he will be delayed.
Car Dream Explanation — A car in a dream also signifies dignity, honor, advancement and attainment. If one sees himself holding to a car or running after it in a dream, it means that he will lobby someone in authority and profit from him as much as his nearness to such a car. If one sees himself riding on a cargo vehicle in a dream, it means suffering from distress and sorrow. (Also see Carrier; Racing)
Son Dream Explanation — In a dream, a son may mean a daughter or a servant.
Accursed son Dream Explanation — (See Recalcitrant child)
Car racing Dream Explanation — (See Racing)
Rebellious son Dream Explanation — (See Profligacy; Recalcitrant child)
Heel Dream Explanation — The heel symbolizes a gambling son. The heel being broken means: (1) Death or deep trouble. (2) The dreamer will run after a matter that will bring nothing but regret.
Automobile Dream Explanation — (See Car)
Carriage Dream Explanation — (See Car)
Lift Dream Explanation — (See Car)
Vehicle Dream Explanation — (See Car)
Transportation Dream Explanation — (See Car; Driver)
Wheels Dream Explanation — (See Car; Wheel)
Lice Dream Explanation — If a louse flies away from one's chest in a dream, it means that one's son or an employee has run away from his house or place of business. If a large louse comes out of one's skin in a dream, it means losing one's life. A louse in a dream also represents a woman, a housekeeper, a son, an illness, an invading army, soldiers, depression, or distress. For a ruler or a policeman, lice represent his helpers. As for a teacher, lice in a dream represent his students, and for merchants, they represent his envious competition, while for a craftsperson or tradesmen they mean taxes. As for sick people, lice in a dream represent what seems to be a lasting illness. Cutting a louse in half in a dream means being good toward one's children.
Coach Dream Explanation — (See Bear trainer; Car; Carriage house)
Litter Dream Explanation — (arb. Mahmal. See Car; Palanquin; Stretcher)
Butcher Dream Explanation — If he is unknown he symbolises the angel of death. If known it sis a person who is every on the run to acquire riches.
A Brick Falling from a Wall Dream Explanation — A brick falling from a wall means a male or female member of his family will either get lost or run away or pass away.
Horse Dream Explanation — • A horse dying at a person’s hands or in his house: The death of such a person.
• Riding on a white-footed horse with a white fringe and all white harness while dressed as a full-fledged horseman: Will gain power and prestige, merit praise, and live secure from all enemies. A bay, roan, or reddish brown horse would be best if the dreamer were a combatant. The salamander (a color of Arab horses) refers to dignity and disease.
• Riding on a horse and making it run till it sweats: Will be overcome by passion and commit sins to earn your living. It is noteworthy that sweat emanating from running is an expenditure on some sinful matter, in view of the verse of the Holy Quran that reads: “Run (flee) not, but return to the good things of this life which were given you, and to your homes, in order that ye may be called to account. They said: Alas for us! Woe to us! We were indeed wrongdoers!” (“Al-Anbiyae” [The Prophets], verses 13–14.)