To tear open one’s garment in a dream means divorce.
DownA negative direction
Shake-DownRepetitive, forceful persuasion, i.E. Shaking a tree so the fruit will fall before it is ready
ShirtFigurative covering for one’s heart-felt emotions, motives, etc.; See “clothing”
Upside DownFigurative position indicating a reverse from positive to negative
Aisle (Walking Down)1. Various pathways in one’s life. 2. Commitment, dedication. 3. If walking among a crowd, one feels admired.
Inn (Broken Down Or Dilapidated)1. Unhappy or unrewarding journey or situation. 2. Need to continue or strive for new situation or places.
Shirt1. How it looks is reﬂective of one’s inner persona. 2. If one gives a shirt to someone it may represent a large gift (“the shirt off one’s back”).
Upside DownOne is wrong about something, particularly in making assumptions.
Man(sat down on chair)Alters taking your place.
ShirtIf you dream that you are putting your shirt on you will be tempted to commit adultery.
ShirtAny type of clothing, especially shirts, generally represent our worldly appearance or status. At times, they may represent our attitudes toward ourselves and others. Mostly, they represent the way that we appear to the world. They are not symbolic of our private self but rather of our public self. A…
ShirtA torn shirt denotes slander; to tear it yourself, indiscretion; a whole and good shirt is a dream of succesi (Gypsy).
Shirt or KurtahA Shirt or kurtah symbioses the Deenbi and worldly life of the dreamer. The longer the shirt or kurtah the greater his involvement in Deen and worldly matters.
One ThousandGod’s ultimate perfection
One (Number)1. Most important. 2. The problem can be reduced to one thing.
One-Eyed1. Being unable to be objective about other people’s views or ideas. 2. Being unable to face situations or problems.
One-storySurface layer of meaning.
Placing the Ka’bah Behind One’s Backif 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 LandIf 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.