If one receives a headgear, or a tiara in a dream, it means that he may undertake a distant trip.
If one wears a headgear in his dream, it means that he may hold a seat in the government.
If one is accustomed to wearing a headgear then wearing it in a dream represents his superior, the governor, his brother, his father, his uncle, his teacher, or a scholar, for they all have equal right upon him. Wearing a dirty and a worn out headgear in a dream means sorrow, difficulties and distress.
If one’s headgear is stripped off his head, or if it falls to the ground in a dream, it means the death of his superior, or any of the abovementioned people.
If a king offer someone a headgear or a tiara in a dream, it means that he will have the power to appoint people in different administrations.
If a mishap befall one’s headgear or the turban of an Imam in a dream, it will reflect upon his faith and the state of his congregation. Wearing a black turban in a dream means authority, or it could mean sitting in thejudges’ bench. Wearing a headgear which is topped with a white feather in a dream means becoming a leader. Wearing a headgear that is made from animal fur or hide in a dream means becoming unjust and blinded to one’s own injustice, or it could portray the wicked personality of one’s superior at work.
A headgear, a turban, or a tiara in a dream also could represent an ascetic.
(Also see Overseas cap; Turban)