Metaphysical meaning of Gibbar (mbd)
Gibbar, K;b'-bar (Heb.)--mighty man; superior man; hero; archbaron; strong; mighty; powerful.
A man whose descendants to the number of ninety-five returned from the Babylonian captivity (Ezra 2:20). His name is given as Gibeon in Nehemiah 7:25.
Meta. A highly illumined thought in consciousness; a realization of the truth of man's being and of his splendid possibilities, his inherent might and power. Jesus Christ fully understood and demonstrated the truth that is contained in the name Gibbar. (See GABRIEL in conjunction with this name; the meanings of the two are closely identified.)
Preceding Entry: Giah
Following Entry: Gibbethon