Moon

Ibn-i Seerin: (Reverie; Satellite) The moon in a dream represents a just ruler, his chief minister, a great scholar, a handsome looking boy, a tyrant, or a liar. Seeing the moon as it is in the skies in a dream represents the chief minister of the land. Seeing the moon sitting in one’s lap in […]

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Appearance

Ibn-i Seerin: (Emergence; Manifestation; Visibility) In a dream, if one sees somethingthat is kept away from him as a secret, it means experiencing comfort after suffering from trials, receiving compensation after suffering from injustice, conceiving a child after having given up hope or the like examples. A revealed secret on time in a dream means […]

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Armlet

Ibn-i Seerin: Wearing a silver armlet in a dream means giving one’s daughter in marriage to one’s nephew. Wearing an armlet made from beads in a dream means suffering pressure and distress caused by one’s brother or sister. Any jewelry that is worn by a woman in a dream represent her husband. (Also see Bracelet)

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Banner

Ibn-i Seerin: (Beacon; Distinguished; Excellence; Flag)Abanner in a dream represents public knowledge, fame, presidency, laurel of victory, a man of knowledge, an Imam, or an ascetic who is vigilant and courageous, or a rich and a generous man, or a strong and a victorious hero whose example is loved and followed. If the banner is […]

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Bat

Ibn-i Seerin: (zool.) By God’s leave, a bat was one of the many signs of God’s prophet Jesus son of Marry, upon both of them be peace. In a dream, a bat may represent a monk. It also means glad tidings for a pregnant woman. Seeing a bat in a dream is not considered as […]

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Beard

Ibn-i Seerin: For a man, a beard in a dream signifies wealth, honor and dignity. If it is moderately long or well trimmed in the dream, it means earning respect, rising in rank, prosperity, beauty and sovereignty. If only the sides of one’s beard are long and not the middle section in the dream, it […]

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Belt

Ibn-i Seerin: (Cincture; Cummerbund; Fastening; Sash; Waist belt) In a dream, a belt depicts the carrier of burdens. It also implies travels, money, savings or stinginess. It also could mean serious endeavors and assiduity in seeking knowledge. A belt or a waistband in a dream could represent one’s wife or his property. If a woman […]

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Bird

Ibn-i Seerin: (Fowl; Man; Woman) An unknown bird in a dream represents the angel of death. Ifone sees a bird diving to the ground to pick a pebble, a paper, or a worm, then ifhe soars away from a house that hosts a sick person in a dream, it means that the sick person will […]

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Blood

Ibn-i Seerin: In a dream, blood represents unlawful or illegal money, or an evil act that will emanate from the person seeing the dream. If one sees himself dragging his feet through puddles of blood in a dream, it means that he will finance his business from unlawfully earned money, profit from an illegal business […]

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Blowing

Ibn-i Seerin: To blow into fire in a dream means kindling a conflict or exasperating and intensifying it. Blowing into the ground in a dream means unveiling a secret or reprimanding one who does not keep a secret. Blowing into the vagina of a woman in a dream means that she will become pregnant. Blowing […]

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