Metaphysical meaning of Cuth (mbd)
Cuth, cuth (Heb.)--separating; cutting; shrinking; fear.
A place in Asia, or in the interior of Media and Persia, whence the king of Assyria transplanted people to Samaria after he had taken the Israelites away captive (II Kings 17: 24); here the name Cuthah is given. The men of Cuth made Nergal their god (II Kings 17:30). Nergal means great hero and pertained to the planet Mars. In olden times, among the Oriental peoples, Mars was the symbol of war and bloodshed.
Meta. Strife, anger, fear, and all the error, warring thoughts and emotions of the outer sensate consciousness; these burn out and destroy the very nerve cells of the organism, and work against the health, peace, and general welfare of the individual who gives them place.