These symbolises wealth belonging to a person’s enemy. Acquiring any of these means he will acquire assets from his enemy.
The Skin and Flesh of a MuleThey represent a person’s wealth whose quantity equals the quantity of the skin and flesh seen in the dream.
The Meat, Skin and Limbs of a TigerThese are riches a person will acquire from some powerful enemy.
Dealer in Hide and SkinA wealthy man who earns his wealth through pure and lawful means.
Flesh1. Overindulgences, possible extremes of behavior, usually sexual in nature. 2. The substance, fabric or “meat” of a problem.
Human FleshIf cooked or roasted it symbolises wealth. If uncooked it means backbiting –if eaten. For Allah Ta’ala says; Would any of you like to eat the flesh of his dead brother? Nay, you will abhor it.
Eating the Flesh of his MareEating the flesh of his mare means prosperity and honour. Also, he will enjoy a good reputation and receive subsistence (rizq).
Eating the Flesh of an AssIf he sees himself as eating the flesh of a donkey or taking possession of one or slaughtering it for food, it means he will receive unlawful wealth.
The Flesh of an OxIt symbolises a person’s wealth. And its skin represents his estate.
BonesSymbolic of spiritual death and hopelessness, Ezek. 37:11. A broken bone can symbolize a wound inflicted by God, Ps. 51:8
BonesHuman bones an omen of death in the family (Artemidorus) ; a Christian symbol of death, mortality
Crocodile1. Danger lurks. 2. False emotion (“crocodile tears”).
CrocodileSymbolic of something harmful, an old, lurking, spiritual enemy
Crocodileit symbolises a thief who is crafty, sly and deceitful. Neither does his enemies nor his friends feel safe with him around.
SkinThe condition of the skin represents one’s inner spirit; research anything pronounced
Wrinkled SkinScars of time and wisdom, if found in righteousness; see “age”
Skin1. Short for “skin deep”—one is shallow or in relationships that are shallow. 2. One does not feel very protected.