Interpretation of dreams in Islam is a mean to analyse past and future situations, and is one of the 46 parts of prophecy *.
To use this Islamic dictionary of dreams, just enter corresponding to a vision in a dream and the different possible significations and meanings will be found.
*There are 3 kind of dreams in Islam :
-The truthful dream (rahmani)
-The dream stemming from personal desire (nafsani)
-The dream coming from the devil (shaytani)
The dream dictionary presented here is based on the work of Muhammad Ibn Sirin, a specialist in the field of dream interpretation in regards to the traditions of Islam.
Muhammad Ibn Sirin was born in 654 and died at the age of 77. He was a very pious Muslim. He belonged to the tabighins, formed by the kufit school.
However, in today’s world, he is more know for his expertise in giving the meaning of dreams.
He also brought lots of hadiths from Abu Huraira, Anas Ibn Malik and others.