(Thigh; Limb) In a dream, one’s legs represent longevity, old age, or his source of income.

Ifone sees his legs turned into iron in a dream, it means that he will live a long life.

If they turn into glass in the dream, it means that he will die shortly.

If he sees his legs crossed in a dream, it means that he has neared the term of his live, or that he is going to face a major challenge in his life, or that 252 he is a liar.

Ifone sees the thighs ofawoman he recognizes in the dream, it means that he will marry that woman or a friend of hers. Hairy legs in a dream mean debts, or that one may die in a prison.

If one sees his leg twisted in a dream, it means that he will commit adultery. Legs in a dream also represent man’s wealth or his livelihood.

In that sense, if one’s legs turn into iron in a dream, it represents a lasting prosperity.

Ifhis legs turn into wood in a dream, it means that he will grow weaker and unable to earn for himself.

If one’s legs become glass or pottery in a dream, it means that he may die shortly, and that his property and wealth will be distributed to his heirs.

If one finds his leg shorter than usual in a dream, it means that he will lose some of his money.

If one walks on one foot in a dream, it means that he will lose half of his wealth.

Ifboth legs are amputated in a dream, it means that he will lose everything he has.

If one’s leg seems fat in the dream, it denotes a good financial standing, or it could mean buying a good car, or receiving a pleasing gift.

If a woman sees herself having hairy legs in a dream, it means humiliation or a trick that she will play before her husband, or that her private life will become public knowledge, or that she will receive spiritual guidance after that she lived in heedlessness.

A leg in a dream also denotes hardships.

If one sees his legs banded or tide together in a dream, it means fear, poverty and adversities. Exposing one’s legs in a dream means abandoning prayers, and it could mean humiliation. Legs in a dream also signify writing, admonition, advice, reading a book, wisdom, one’s rank, pleasure, pitfalls, fault in advising, or wrong interpretation of religious matters.

(Also see Foot; Thigh)