Metaphysical meaning of Aiah (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Aiah (mbd)
Aiah (in A. V., Gen. 36:24, Ajah), a'-iah (Heb.)--a cry; a clamor; a hawk; vulture.

a Father of Saul's concubine, Rizpah, whose sons were delivered by David to the Gideonites to be hanged (II Sam. 3:7; 21:8). b A descendant of Seir the Horite (Gen. 36:24).

Meta. Destructive, devouring thoughts pertaining to the animal consciousness and to what should be the higher thought realm in the individual (a cry, a clamor, a hawk, a vulture; an Israelite and a Horite) .

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