Coconut

To see a coconut in your dream, foretells that you will receive an unexpected gift of money…. [...]

Milking

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): Milking a cow in a dream represents a demanding employer. Milking a goat may mean good neighborly relations, toadying, diplomacy, or seeking to earn one’s livelihood. If an employee sees himself milking a cow or a goat in a dream, it means that he will marry his employer’s wife. If a poor person sees himself milking a goat or a cow and drinking her milk in a dream, it means financial stability. If… [...]

Pond

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (Brook; Pool; Washing basin) In a dream, a pond represents a noble, generous, magnanimous, dominant and a beneficial person. If the pond is filled with water in the dream, it represents a generous and a well respected person. Ifone takes his ritual ablution from it in the dream, it means that he will escape from danger by God’s leave, and if he drinks from its water, it means that he will receive a… [...]

Lance

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): In a dream, a lance represents a branch of wood, stability based on one’s strength, or stepping away from the wrong path. A lance in a dream also represents a woman, a child, testifying to the truth, or going on a journey. A lance in one’s hand in a dream represents a grand son or a blessed son who will grow to preside over people and defend them with his own life. A broken lance in a dream represe… [...]

Cow

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): A cow in a dream represents longevity. A black or a yellow cow represents happiness, prosperity and a good harvest. A white spot on a cow’s face means firmness if seen in a dream at the early part of the year. The piebald cow or a cow blotched with white and black in a dream means the same, though the latter also represents firmness when seen in the middle of the year. A fat cow in a dream represen… [...]

Lamb

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): In a dream, a lamb represents one’s son. If one sees himself slaughtering a lamb in a dream, it means that either his son or the son of one of his relatives may shortly die from an illness or an accident. If one is offered a lamb as a gift in a dream, it means that he will beget a noble and a blessed son. If one sees himself eating lamb in a dream, it means that he will earn his money through such… [...]

Birthday

(Material aspects) There may be a sense of anticipation about something which lifts us away from the ordinary. We may have a gift or talent which is now usable…. [...]

Loom

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): In a dream, a standing loom represents travels or business activities. A loom laying flat in a dream means inhibition, restraint, or seclusion. In a dream, a loom also means support or a gift for a needy person. It also means a high ranking position or becoming a respected chairperson. If a woman sees another woman pushing her away from her loom to sit in her place in a dream, it means death…. [...]

River

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): In a dream, a river represents a noble and a great person. Walking into a river in a dream means befriending or encountering such a person. Drinking from a river in a dream means trials, but if the water is clear, it means enjoying prosperity and a happy life. Jumping from one bank of a river to the other in a dream means escaping from adversities, dispelling distress or anguish, and it means winni… [...]

Oboe

Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (Flute; Musical instruments; Wind instruments) In a dream, an oboe means amusement, distractions, entertainment, pleasures, celebrations, weddings, enticing rebellion, or corruption. If one receives an oboe as a gift from a governor in a dream, it means that he will preside over an administration. Placing one’s fingers over the holes of an oboe in a dream means learning, memorizing and understandin… [...]