What does it mean to see a Sparrow in a dream?

Sparrow is a small and cute bird often found in the subcontinent. Seeing a sparrow in a dream could have different meanings in Islam depending upon the context and the situation.

1- According to Prophet Daniyal عَلَيْهِ ٱلسَّلَامُ a sparrow in a dream represent an honored man with good status. 

2- Catching a sparrow in a dream means that a respectful woman shall become victorious over him.

What does it mean to see a Sparrow in a dream?

3- Eating the meat of the sparrow in a dream means to attain the wealth of the man proportional to the meat eaten.

4- Seeing the nest of a sparrow in a dream is a sign of peace and happiness.

5- Taking out a sparrow from its nest in a dream means sorrows and humiliation.

  • Taking a baby sparrow out of its nest means the dreamer would have bastard children.

6- According to Ibrahim Karmani رحمة الله عليه hunting a red sparrow in a dream means marrying a beautiful woman

  • Catching a yellow sparrow indicates marrying a sick woman.

7- Having a sparrow in a dream means that he would have a son or a slave.

  • Blind sparrow = the dreamer’s love for a bad person.
  • Many sparrows = wealth.

9- Seeing sparrows chirping in a dream means that the dreamer would be hearing interesting talks.

10- Seeing a lot of sparrows making noise means that he shall engage in work with people who make noise or talk a lot.

11- Swallowing a whole sparrow in a dream means to have a son.

12- Receiving a sparrow as a gift in a dream means that the dreamer would get a lot of wealth.

13- Killing a sparrow in a dream means that he would face a loss such as the death of the son.

Disclaimer: The material used for the interpretation of dreams has been extracted from the Ibn Sirin book for dream interpretations. You can read the book here.

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.