Metaphysical meaning of Dibri (mbd)
Dibri, dib'-rl (Heb.)--fluent speech; eloquent; orator; discourse with reason.
The ability to express oneself freely and persuasively in thought and word that Dibri signifies is of the intellect. The exercise of that ability brings forth a soul quality (daughter) that becomes unified with the darkened thought for which an Egyptian stands, an unwise and destructive use of the ability to express oneself results; this is the son who blasphemed and was stoned to death. One must remain consciously unified with the Highest, that one's intellect may be illumined by Spirit and one's God-given faculties and powers may be used always in constructive ways.