Metaphysical meaning of Dodo (mbd)
Dodo, do'-do (Heb.)--amatory; loving.
a A man of Issachar whose grandson Tola became a deliverer and judge of Israel after Abimelech (Judg. 10:1). b A man of Beth-lehem whose son El-hanan was one of David's thirty valiant men (II Sam. 23:24). c The Father of Eleazer the Ahohite, who was one of David's three mightiest men (I Chron. 11:12); he is called Dodai in II Samuel 23:9.
Meta. Dodo signifies much the same loving thought and act and close relationship to love ruling in consciousness (King David) that Dodai signifies. Amatory, one of the definitions of Dodo and Dodai, suggests a thought of love degenerated into sensual desire. This shows that the love quality expressing in the individual at this stage of his unfoldment is in need of further purification and upliftment.