Nose Used to discern between good and bad, etc.; Research any peculiarities; see “smell”
Nose 1. Curiosity; may express a need to mind one’s own business. 2. Good intuition, acuity (as in a “nose for business”). 3. A penis. 4. Success in activities. 5. Beware of haughtiness, superiority (as in to “look down one’s nose”).
Nose To dream of a large or pronounced nose is symbolic of someone who is offensively snoopy or curious. Pressing someone’s nose in a dream is symbolic of stirring-up strife, Prov. 30:33
Nose To dream of a great, fair nose is fortunate, signifying subtlety, prominent acquaintances, great personages. Dreaming of a nose longer than ordinary promises wealth and power; two noses augur discord and quarrels; stopped up nose, deceit in the domestic circle (Artemidorus). The Egyptian priests believed that a wart on the…
The Nose and Forehead They symbolise a person’s status, honour and dignity. Any excellence or defect in them bespeaks of similar excellence or defect in his status, honour and dignity.
Blowing the Nose Blowing the nose and expelling filth means that the person will become angry as a result of which he will utter undesirable words. If no filth is expelled it means he will lodge a complaint against someone.
Bleeding from the Nose A sign of good health. At times it indicates financial loss or dishonour or loss of one’s capital.
Placing the Ka’bah Behind One’s Back if a person sees himself placing the Ka’bah behind his back or performing salaah on top of the Ka’bah, it is a sign that he has abandoned Islam.
Irrigation One’s Land If a person sees himself irrigating his land or sprinkling water on his crops it suggest that he will spend his wealth in Allah’s way.
Eating One’s Intestines, Liver and Kidney If a person sees himself eating his own intestines, liver or kidneys or any other organ situated in or around the stomach it means he will have access to all his wealth which was not available to him hitherto. The same is the interpretation if – instead of eating them-he…
Marriage to One’s Mother, Sister Etc. If a person dreams that he is marrying his mother, sister or any such person with whom marriage is forbidden is Islam-and such a dream is seen in any of the sacred months of Thil-Qa’dah, Thil-Hijjah, Muiharram or Rajab-it means he will proceed to Makkah and Madeenah. But if such…
Digging One’s Own Grave Seeing oneself digging one’s own grave means one will build for oneself a house in that town or place.
Sewing the Clothes of One’s Wife If a person sees himself as sewing the clothes of his wife using needle and cotton then it is not regarded as a good dream. If the needle happens to break, his affairs will be disrupted and he will become needy and poor.