Homeland

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): To feel a yearning or desire to see one’s homeland in a dream means divorce between a husband and a wife, or separation between friends, or experiencing richness after poverty. Such a yearning in a dream also connotes evil if accompanied with crying or lamenting…. [...]

Desire

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (Dog; Lust; Passion; Wantonness) To feel a yearning or desire to see one’s homeland in a dream means a divorce between a husband and wife or separation between friends, or it could mean that one will become rich after being poor, though in general, desire in a dream connotes evil if accompanied with crying or lamentation. Satisfying one’s desire with no restraint in a dream mostly denotes the actio… [...]

Cemetery

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (Burial ground; Grave; Graveyard) Seeing a cemetery or a graveyard in a dream means appeasement and comfort for a terrified person, and dismay to a comfortable and a relaxed person. A graveyard represents the elements of fear, hope and return to guidance after heedlessness. A cemetery represents the hereafter, because it is its vehicle. A cemetery in a dream also represents the prison of the body,… [...]

Tallow-chandler

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (Wax-chandler) In a dream, a chandler represents festivities, joy, happiness, death, illness, guidance, knowledge, desire, or crying…. [...]

Auction

To dream of an auction in a general way, is good. If you hear the auctioneer crying his sales, it means bright prospects and fair treatment from business ventures. To dream of buying at an auction, signifies close deals to tradesmen, and good luck in live stock to the farmer. Plenty, to the housewife is the omen for women. If there is a feeling of regret about the dream, you are warned to be careful of your business affairs…. [...]

Psalms of David

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): In a dream, the Psalms of God’s prophet David (uwbp) represent wailing, lamentation, crying, repentance, fear of wrongdoing, devotion, harmony between people, unity, good luck, flute music and percussions, learning about strange news, or earning one’s livelihood from reciting poems, or from delivering sermons…. [...]

Continuity

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): Continuity of what is common, such as dwellings, status or being in a dream means a lastingjob. It also means increase in one’s devotion if one sees himselfperpetually glorifying, praising and remembering God Almighty. When one invokes the sovereign attributes of God Almighty at the sight of a cemetery or a ruin, and ifhe follows that by crying and lamenting in the dream, it means stress caused by… [...]

Voice

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): In a dream, the human voice represents one’s reputation or fame, and its strength or weakness reflects one’s state of mind or the condition of his health. Raising one’s voice in a dream means unjustly presiding over a crowd of people. Hearing a human voice in a dream means chairing an important responsibility. If the human voice emanates from an animal in the dream, it denotes great benefits and pa… [...]

Cradle

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): Buying a cradle or sitting in a cradle in a dream means blessings, grace, profits and comfort. A cradle in a dream also represents a stepson or the stepchild of a young woman. For men, a cradle in a dream signifies sorrow, distress, imprisonment or a small and restrictive dwellings. As for an unmarried man, seeing a cradle in a dream means that he will get married. As for a woman, seeing a cradle i… [...]

Wax-chandler

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (Tallow-chandler) In a dream, a chandler represents festivities, joy, happiness, death, illness, guidance, knowledge, desire, wantonness, or crying…. [...]