It means profound grief and sorrow.
Cow Milk, Camel Milk and Buffalo MilkAll three symbolise prosperity and goodness, sheep milk also symbolises prosperity and goodness but to a lesser degree than the former.
Drinking Fresh MilkIf a person sees himself drinking fresh milk (not whey or curd) of a known animal, it implies that he will acquire wealth that is halaal and lawful.
Drinking Milk from the BreastIf a person sees himself drinking or being fed milk from the breast of a woman, it means he will either be imprisoned or find himself in utter poverty, as the maximum period for suckling is tow years. Anything beyond that means imprisonment or dire straits.
Drinking the Milk of a She-assIt means severe illness with no hope of recovery.And Allah Subhanahoo Wata’ala knows best.
Drinking Camel MilkDrinking camel milk without milking it means the person will acquire lawful wealth from someone who is physically strong, wields power and commands respect.
Milking a Cow and Drinking its MilkIf a person sees himself milking and drinking cow milk it is a glad tiding that he will become rich, or if he is rich his wealth will increase; or if he is a slave he will become free and marry his mistress.
Drinking the Milk of a LionessThe person seeing this is to become prosperous. He will also overpower his enemy.
Drinking the Milk of a PantherThe One who drinks the milk will attain much blessings and barakah in the near future.
Drinking Hyena MilkHis wife will deceive him and be unfaithful to him.
Drinking Wolf Milkthe one who drinks the milk will attain much goodness in that if he is in grief he will soon find relief and if he is a destitute he will become rich.
Drinking the Milk of a SowDrinking such milk means a person will commit evil through his intellect and wealth.
TigerOne bound by strife, contending for superiority; research the colors, “orange” and “black”
Tiger1. Strength and readiness, possibly to strike. 2. An individual with bad intent, hostility, meaning harm. 3. A spirit guide, often representing feminine energy, physical prowess. 4. Feelings of being overwhelmed—often by anger, likely by passion.
Tiger’s-Eye1. Adaptability to change. 2. To feel a need for vigilance, to be “on guard.” 3. A need or desire for conﬁdence, to be free of anxieties.
TigerFor many non-Christians a tiger is symbolic of strength, good character, and solitude. A tiger can also be a manifestation of a spiritual enemy in someone’s life attempting to stalk and devour them
TigerA tiger is symbolic of fear or torment because of a personal problem that involves a disappointment. See Animals.
TigerThis large and very beautiful cat can symbolize femininity, power, anger, unforgiving vengeance, great force, and cunning. Tigers cannot be ignored, and usually they get exactly what they go after. Consider all of these characteristics and try to see if they apply to your or anyone else’s current mood or…
TigerThe dream of an enemy; to escape is well, otherwise the dream augurs ruin (Raphael).
TigerDreaming of tigers symbolizes femininity, power, anger, unforgiving vengeance, great force and cunning. Tigers can not be ignored, and usually they get exactly what they go after.
TigerIt symbolises a powerful and dangerous enemy. Fighting with one means one will fight an enemy with great strength and power.