Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin):
(Cellar) In a dream, oneâs mouth represents his life from inception to completion. Oneâs mouth in a dream also represents the course of oneâs livelihood and the source of his strength. Putting medicine in oneâs mouth in a dream means correcting oneâs life for the better.
If one puts food in his mouth in a dream, it means worldly gains and profits, unless one puts something that tastes bad, or which is spoiled, then it means losses, distress and depression. Putting good and tasty food or sweets in oneâs mouth in a dream means living a happy and a rich life.
If oneâs mouth is buckled in a dream, it means death, sickness, dumbness, silence, helplessness, or defeat.
Ifoneâs mouth looks larger than usual in the dream, it denotes growth and greater benefits, but if oneâs mouth looks smaller in the dream, then it means the opposite.
If oneâs mouth smells good in the dream, it means speaking good words.
Infection of oneâs mouth in a dream means a disaster or business losses.
If something nice comes out of oneâs mouth in a dream, it means kindness toward others.
Ifone sees his mouth sealed in a dream and did not know who did it, it means a scandal or defamation.
In a dream, oneâs mouth is interpreted in seven ways : It could mean knowledge, a coffer, a cellar, a bookcase, a market, a doorman, a minister, or a door.
If a pious person sees a harness around his mouth in a dream, it means fasting from food.
If an impious person sees that, it means rebuke and reprimand.
(Also see Bodyâ)