Metaphysical meaning of Aridatha (mbd)
Aridatha, a-rld'-a-thå (Heb., Pers. origin)--strength; worthy; deserving.
One of Haman's sons, who was hanged with his brothers (Esth. 9:8, 13, 14).
Meta. The darkened thought in man that calls evil good and that attributes strength to error. The truth is that error has no strength or power except that which man gives to it temporarily by believing in it. (See ARIDAI.)