Ibn-i Seerin: (Slumberous) In a dream, yawning means an illness or an affliction. It also represents an insolent act that pleases Satan. Yawning in a dream also means a surprise charge at one’s enemy. It also means a reward, because it prevents the person from speaking. Yawning in a dream also means a terminal illness.
Ibn-i Seerin: (See Ball of thread; Spinning)
Ibn-i Seerin: (Turk. Double veil worn by Muslim women; Apparel; Attire; arb. Khimar; Niqab) A yashmak or a veil covering the lower part of the face up to the eyes in a dream represents a young girl who will live a long life, or it could represent one who devotes her life to religious and […]
Ibn-i Seerin: (See Sound of animals)
Ibn-i Seerin: (Mill; Spinning; Yarn) A yarn salesman in a dream represents a contract, an agreement, planning, spinning, or womanizing.
Ibn-i Seerin: (God’s prophet Yahya, upon whom be peace; John) Seeing him (uwbp) in a dream means being endowed with piety, love for God Almighty, fear of wrongdoing and being distinct and unequalled in one’s time. Seeing God’s prophet Yahya in a dream also means that one will acquire power and receive glad tidings.
Ibn-i Seerin: (See Jonah)
Ibn-i Seerin: (See Joseph)
Ibn-i Seerin: (See Lamenting; Sound of animals)
Ibn-i Seerin: (Teenage boy) An unknown young man in a dream represents an enemy. If the young man is known in the dream, then whatever strength, harshness, weaknesses, deceit, perfidy, or character he displays, they denote the same character in wakefulness. Walking behind an unknown young man in a dream means pursuing one’s enemy and […]