Metaphysical meaning of Hammath (mbd)
Hammath (in A.V., I Chronicles 2:55, Hemath), ham'-math (Heb.)--hot places; hot springs; hot baths; physical heat; passion.
a A fortified city of Naphtali (Josh. 19: 35). Hammoth-dor of Joshua 21: 32, and Hammon in I Chronicles 6:76, are thought to be the same place as Hammath. b A person or place given in the genealogy of Judah (I Chron. 2:55).
Meta. Strength (Naphtali) established (fortress) in the physical. (Hot springs, hot places, denote physical heat, passion, the "mind of the flesh" thought that is still active in the consciousness of the individual in his relation to life and strength, at this stage of his unfoldment.)