Tiger Dream Explanation — A struggle with a tiger in a dream means fighting with an insolent person. Tiger's bite in a dream represents damage caused by such a person. A tiger in a dream also represents either a man or a woman. It also represents deceit, trickery, an illness, or eye irritation. Tigress milk in a dream represents enmity. Seeing a tiger in a dream also could mean repenting from sin. (Also see Fur; Milking a tiger)
Tiger Dream Explanation — (Leopard) In a dream, a tiger represents a tyrant, an unjust ruler, or an avowed enemy. Killing a tiger in a dream means vanquishing such an enemy. Eating the flesh of a tiger in a dream means money, profits and honor. Riding on a tiger in a dream means power and sovereignty. A tiger inside one's house in a dream represents an insolent person who attacks one's family. Seeing a tiger or a leopard in one's dream means receiving money from an insolent or an artful person.
Tiger Dream Explanation — In dreams the tiger is considered as a lion and a tigress as a lioness. But, in addition, a tiger symbolizes an immoral and spiteful person who does not speak out his mind, a lurking and treacherous individual, and an enemy who does not conceal his animosity or his influence.
Tiger Dream Explanation — It symbolises a powerful and dangerous enemy. Fighting with one means one will fight an enemy with great strength and power.
Riding a Tiger Dream Explanation — One will attain dignity, honour and happiness. A strong and powerful opponent will be subdued.
Drinking Tiger Milk Dream Explanation — It means profound grief and sorrow.
The Meat, Skin and Limbs of a Tiger Dream Explanation — These are riches a person will acquire from some powerful enemy.
Leopard Dream Explanation — (See Tiger)
Fur Dream Explanation — Wearing a fur coat in the winter in a dream means benefits and profits, for cold in a dream signifies poverty. If it is in the summer, then it means benefits accompanied with a sickness, distress and trouble. Sable, squirrel or tiger's fur in a dream represents an iniquitous and an unfair person.
Milk Dream Explanation — Tiger milk: Overt animosity.
Deer milk: A vow.
Donkey milk: A slight disease or welfare.
Fox milk: A mild disease.
Cat milk: A mild disease or a dispute leading to relations breaking off.
Sodomy Dream Explanation — Sodomizing a lion: The dreamer will triumph over his enemy, whoever he may be. The reverse is also true.
Sodomizing a lioness: The dreamer will be saved from many hardships, rise, and become prestigious, awesome, and highly solicited.
Sodomizing a tiger: The dreamer will have passion for a woman whose folks are unjust.
Butchering an ox from the nape of its neck or any place other than the conventional neck: The dreamer will sodomize a man.
Milk Dream Explanation — Lioness milk in a dream also means money or conquering one's enemy, or justly opposing the ruler of the country. The milk of an eagle in a dream means power and victory. Tiger's milk in a dream means avowing one's enmity toward someone. Drinking the milk of a jackal or a wolf in a dream means paying a fine, extreme fear, suffering losses, or lack of determination, or it could mean presiding over people and skilfully defrauding them of their wealth.
Head Dream Explanation — If it turns into a sheep's head in the dream, it means that he will be just and equitable. If it turns into a donkey's head in a dream, it means that he will revert to ignorance. If it turns into a dog's head, a donkey's head, or a horse's head, or any of the domesticated animals in a dream, it means toiling and hardships. If it turns into a bird's head in a dream, it means that he travels a lot. If it turns into an elephant's head, or a wolfs head, or a tiger's head in a dream, it means that he is looking to do things beyond his means, though he will still benefit from his ambition.
Head Dream Explanation — Hanging upside-down in front of a crowd: The dreamer has done something wrong, feels sorry about it, and is repenting, but will live long, in view of a verse in the Holy Quran: He whom We bring unto old age, We reverse him in creation (making him go back to weakness after strength). Have ye then no sense? (Ya-Sin, verse 68.)
Ones head being reversed: (1) If planning a trip, there will be a hindrance, but the trip will take place at a later time. (2) If already abroad, will return to the homeland but a bit late, unintentionally.
A cold sore and pain in the head or neck: An epidemic will strike the people.
Seeing oneself with a dog head, a donkey head, a horse head, or the head of any domestic animal: Will suffer from vexation, trouble, fatigue, and servitude.
Seeing oneself with the head of an elephant, a lion, a tiger, or a wolf: The dreamer is handling matters beyond his capacity or surpassing himself, but not without success, and he will rise to the top and subdue his enemies.