Tooth Dream Explanation
— (1) Teeth
in a dream represent one's identity, age , clan, a boy, a girl, his family, money, servants, domestic animals, employees, weapons, life, death, unity, separation, trusts, or savings. In a dream, male's or female's upper teeth
represent the male members of one's family from the father's side, and the teeth
of the lower jaw represent the female members of one's family from the mother's side. The closer the teeth
are to the incisor, the closer is the relative. Divided in two sections, the upper right incisor represents the father, and the upper left incisor represents the paternal uncle, or it could represent one's sisters, sons, or a close friend. The upper canines represent one's cousin, or two friends who are as close as cousins. The bicuspids represent one's uncles from the mother's side and their children, while the molars represent the grandparents and the grand children. The lower right incisor represents the mother, and the lower left incisor represents one's aunt from his father's side, or they could represent two sisters, two daughters, or two close friends who have the same compassion, concern and love. The lower canines represent one's female cousin from either the father or the mother's side. The lower canine tooth, or the Eyetooth represents the sire of the house, or the landlord. The upper and the lower molars also represent the furthest members of one's family, including the grandmother and her grand daughters. If a tooth moves in its place in the dream, it means an illness. If it falls, or if it is lost, then it means death of the person to whom it is attributed, or it could possibly mean that he will be separated from him and can no longer see him. If one saves his lost tooth and does not bury it in the dream, it means that someone will come forth and be to him as good as that relative. Otherwise, if he does bury it, then it means the death of his relative. p, In a dream, the human limbs also represent the members of his family, and whatever condition they portray in one's dream may become visible in the members of his family. Similarly, whatever may affect one's teeth
in a dream can be interpreted as affecting such family members. If one's incisors look beautiful and bright in the dream, they denote the power, honor and prosperity his father or uncle will gain. If extra incisors grow in one's mouth in a dream, it means that one's family will grow by either a new born brother or a new son. If one finds his teeth
slightly deteriorating in a dream, it means a trial, or that his family will engage in a disgraceful act that will bring him shame. If one attempts to pull out his teeth
in a dream, it means that he may spend his money unwillingly, pay a fine, or separate from his parents, thus cutting off his blood ties, or he may become untrue to his relatives. If one's teeth
turn yellow or black in a dream, such a dream also represents a disgraceful act that will bring shame upon one's family. Yellow teeth
in a dream mean spending money to restore one's reputation, or it could mean being knowledgeable in one's own esteem. Developing bad mouth odor in a dream represents bad connotations resulting from praises one's family may receive. Deteriorating teeth
in a dream represent weakness in one's family. If one sees people biting him in a dream, it means that he could have pretended something in public, though he fortunately restrained himself. (3) If one's mouth in a dream is interpreted to represent his household, then the teeth
of the right side represent the boys, and those on the left side represent the girls. On the other hand, the teeth
on the right side could represent the older generation, and the teeth
on the left side could represent the younger generation. The incisors represent the young men in the family, and the canines represent the young girls. As to the molars, they represent elderly people. If one loses a molar tooth in a dream, it means the death of an elderly person in his household. " Human teeth
in a dream also represent one's business and management of his life. In that case, the molars represent one's private life, the Eyetooth represents what is semi-public, while the front incisors represent what is openly practiced, one's public character, words and deeds. If one sees his teeth
broken in a dream, it means that he pays his debts slowly. Long teeth
in a dream mean enmity or a fight between members of one's household. If one sees his teeth
curved and deteriorating, and if one decides that it is better to pull them out in a dream, it means that he will escape from great adversities and dangers. If one's teeth
turn gold in a dream, they represent benefits for a teacher or a preacher. Otherwise, golden teeth
for everyone else in a dream mean fire, illness, Candida, or an illness that is caused by one's bile. If one's teeth
become glass or wood in a dream, it means his death. If they turn silver in the dream, it means harm or losses. If one's front teeth
fall and new ones grow instead in the dream, they represent major changes in one's life. If one sees himself forcefully pushing his tongue against his teeth
in a dream, it means that he speaks ill of his own family, or it could mean problems in one's house. If the crown or the enamel
of one's Eyetooth is damaged, or if it falls in a dream, it means the death of one's son. (5) Teeth
in a dream represent one's clan, close relatives, or distant cousins. The molar teeth
represent the male members and the incisors represent the female members. Unnecessarily pulling out one's teeth
in a dream means paying a fine, losing one's capital, or severing relationship with members of one's family. Discovering one or two cavities in one's teeth
in a dream means that one may beget one or two sons. Developing bad mouth odor in a dream means belittling someone's ideas, or it could mean a family dispute. Fallen teeth
in a dream may denote that the husband and the wife sleep in separate beds, or it may mean poverty, or that one may die in a foreign land, or that the term of one's life span in this world maybe extended. If one pulls out his teeth
and buries them in the dream, it means that his entire clan or family will die before him. Pulling out one's teeth
in a dream also means exposing one's secrets. Losing a tooth in a dream may imply a punishment for a wrongdoing. If one finds the teeth
of his upper jaw and those of the lower jaw intermixed in the dream, it means that the women control the men in his or family. Flossing one's teeth
in a dream means dispersal of one's family, or loss of money and property. If after flossing one's teeth
some meat fiber remains stuck between the teeth
in the dream, it means that he backbites his family members. <6) Teeth
in a dream also represent a pearl necklace, a grinder, or an army formation. The right wing, the left wing and the front assault formation, or they could mean severing blood ties. The incisors may represent the heart of a human being. Teeth
in one's pocket or in the palm of one's hand in a dream represent one's brothers. If one has an incarcerated relative, and if he sees his teeth
pulled out in a dream, it means the release of his relative from prison. Pulling out one's teeth
in a dream could mean the return of a traveller to his homeland. Tartar in a dream represents weaknesses in the family. Black or broken teeth
in a dream mean sorrow caused by one's relatives. Wisdom teeth
in a dream represent one's followers, while the incisors and the canines represent his wealth, adornment, pride, or child. The changing of their color into yellow or black in a dream mean changes in one's life. If one's teeth
turn into iron in a dream, they mean strength. Losing one's teeth
in a dream also could mean losing one's job. Pulling out one's teeth
in a dream so that no one can see them means infertility, or loss of one's business, loss of one's savings, a bad relationship with one's family, an evil act toward one's family, or it could mean that he will try to sustain his business through a loan, then suffer from bankruptcy. Having a bad tooth in wakefulness and pulling it out in a dream means trying to comfort or appease a difficult person whose hurtfulness will eventually cease. Replacing a tooth with a bridge in a dream means recovering losses, or balancing one's business. Having an extra tooth in a dream means losing one in wakefulness. (Also see Body; Pain; Teeth)
Tooth Dream Explanation
— The teeth
symbolize all those living in the house of the dreamer. The upper ones are the men, the lower the women, the canine tooth the patriarch of the family, the right central incisor the father, the left the uncle or father’s brother. Otherwise, the latter two teeth
represent two brothers or two sons or two friends who are brothers. The lateral incisor is the cousin or son of the brother’s father; the premolars are the mother’s brothers or sisters or their substitutes. The molars are the grandparents and little male children. The lower right central incisor is the mother, the lower left central incisor the father’s sister. In other interpretations, the latter two refer to two sisters or two daughters, or similar persons. The lower lateral incisor represents the daughters of the father’s brothers and sisters. The lower canine is the first lady of the family. The lower premolars are the daughters of the uncle and aunt from the mother’s side. The lower molars are the remote female relatives on the man’s side and the little girls. It could also be that the mouth represents the house and the teeth
its dwellers. Teeth decaying, falling, or being lost means disappearance, hardships, or death. Their retrieval means recovery or return of the lost or absent. Teeth
dashing against each other means a dispute or a controversy in the house. Sores in the mouth mean something is wrong with the family. Dirty teeth
allude to the notoriety or bad reputation of the house. Plaque or the yellow incrustation on the teeth
is a sign that the family is weak. Cleaning them means that money will be spent to end family worries. The whiteness, length, and beauty of the teeth
symbolize strength, money, and prestige.
• Dreaming of an incisor growing over a current one: A new member will join the household. But if pain ensues, it means that the newcomer will bring about shame and troubles.
• Extracting one’s teeth: The dreamer is not supporting his family or is spending unwillingly.
• Throwing one’s teeth
by pushing them with the tongue: The dreamer’s family will be harmed by foolish statements on the dreamer’s part.
made of gold: Good dream for a scholar or an orator; otherwise it means disease or a fire.
• Having silver teeth: Financial losses.
• Having glass or wooden teeth: Death.
• In general, falling teeth
mean obstacles or the settlement of debts.
falling without pain: Hopes will be dashed.
falling with pain: Something will disappear from the dreamer’s house. The front teeth
falling: The dreamer will be unable to achieve something by pleading. If there is pain or blood or flesh being snatched, hopes will be dashed.
• The front teeth
falling and others pushing instead: Things will change or be rearranged.
• The upper teeth
falling into one’s hand: Money is coming.
• The upper teeth
falling on one’s knees: A male child will be born.
falling on the ground: Death.
growing in the heart: Death.
• Catching a falling tooth and refraining from burying it: Will give advice to whomever that tooth refers to.
• All the teeth
of healthy, free persons, or travellers falling: (1) Long disease. (2) Troubles of all kinds but no death, because the teeth
of those who die do not fall. Therefore, the same dream is a good one for those who are already ill. It means that they will recover fast. (3) For travelling merchants the dream means that their luggage or cargo is light, especially if the teeth
were seen moving.
• All the teeth
falling, but catching them up in one’s sleeve or seeing them falling on the knees: Will live long, till all the teeth
fall, and will have a large family at home.
falling and picking them up with one’s hand or beard: The dreamer’s children will break with him; no more children will be born, and if ever one is born he will not stay to be brought up by the dreamer.
• All the teeth
falling and disappearing from the dreamer’s sight: (1) His family or his household will die before him. (2) People of his generation or of the same age will die.
• People chewing the dreamer’s flesh or biting him with their teeth: The dreamer should be modest, which he is not.
breaking: The dreamer will settle his debts, little by little.
• The teeth
getting longer and bigger: A dispute or rivalry in the dreamer’s house between members of his family.
• Someone whose teeth
are black, eroded, and twisted dreaming that they have fallen: Will overcome all kinds of hardships.
• Dreaming of brushing or cleaning one’s teeth
with a piece of wood (Arabic: miswak) as the Holy Prophet used to do: The dreamer is supporting his parents and good to his relatives.
• Brushing one’s teeth
with something unclean: The dreamer is spending dirty money beyond his will.
• Having pain in one tooth or a molar: The dreamer will hear something bad from the relative whom that tooth represents inasmuch as the pain was severe.
Acrimony Dream Explanation
— (See Teeth)
Longevity Dream Explanation
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Molars Dream Explanation
— (See Teeth; Tooth)
Wisdom tooth Dream Explanation
— (See Teeth; Tooth)
Tooth ache Dream Explanation
— (See Pain; Teeth; Tooth)
Pretzel Dream Explanation
— (Bagel; Bread; Twist) Pretzels in a dream mean travels, hoarding money, evil, or having an argument. Eating a pretzel in a dream also means prescribing to a healthy diet. If someone who has no teeth
receives a hard pretzel in his dream, it means distress, burdens and trouble. Eating a pretzel in a dream also means recurrence of good and bad experiences.
Gall bladder Dream Explanation
— Cutting someone's gall bladder with one's teeth
in a dream means perfidy and jealousy. If he drinks any blood that comes out of such cut in the dream, it means that he will confiscate or appropriate someone's money having no right to do so. A gall bladder in a dream also means anger, sexual excitement, sexual climax, laughter or one's personal secrets. (Also see Body)