It symbolises progress in one’ Deen.
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 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.
WildRevealing the need for discipline, i.E. A wild animal is a substitute for a person out of control
Game (Wild Animal)The willingness and ability to track and trap a wild animal indicates one has great conﬁdence and courage.
Wild-CatA warning to bdware of enemies who have gained your confidence (Gypsy).
Wild AnimalsWild animals in dreams represent our basic instincts and urges such as lust, fear and anger - the deep emotions that we are taught to repress. • Dreams provide a safe outlet for exploring these deeper feelings. Taming a wild animal indicates a need to control your instincts. • To…
Eating and Drinking in the WildThis suggest that he will acquire affluence in the world and progress in matters of Deen.
Wild AnimalsIf the males thereof are seen in the dream with no desire to hunt them, they represent such people who have no Deen; they have alienated themselves from the Muslim community so as to follow their own whims and fancies.
Hunting a Wild AnimalIf a person sees himself as hunting a wild animal it means he will acquire wealth and booty-whether the hunted animal is a male for female.
Hunting Wild Animals that are Femalesthey represent men, women and slave-girls.
A Wild CowIt represents an exceptionally beautiful woman.
Killing a Wild Animal with No purpose of Huntinghe will become a recipient of a fortune from some woman.
Becoming the Owner of Wild AnimalsIf a person sees himself as becoming the owner of will animals and these animals are under his full control so that he leads them to wherever he desires, it means he will become the leader of a people.
CamelOne who carries a heavy burden under hard circumstances and fearful working conditions
Camel Hair ClothingSee “camel” and “clothing”
Camel1. Responsible. 2. Faithful. 3. Durable. 4. Unhealthful (smoking “camels” or some other cigarette). 5. Forbearing. 6. Able to store up resources for surviving leaner times.
CamelSymbolic of something that is impossible to accomplish without God’s help, Mark 10:25
CamelA dream of many burdens patiently borne (Artemi- dorus) ; modern symbol of patience and submission.
CamelCamels are a warning omen to be more conservative.
CamelA camel sometimes symbolises a journey, sometimes grief and at other times a huge and healthy person_depending on circumstances. The same is the case when a strong, red camel is seen.