Metaphysical meaning of Hazeroth (mbd)
Hazeroth, ha-ze'-roth (Heb.)--feminine plural of Hazer; villages; courts; inclosures; encampments.
A camping place of the Children of Israel in the wilderness. It was there that Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses because he had married a Cushite woman, and Miriam was smitten with leprosy. They remained in Hazeroth until she was healed (Num. 11:35 to 12:16).
Meta. A group of thoughts, belonging to the soul of man, that are of a unifying, cooperative, assembling character, though somewhat limited. The incident that is mentioned in the foregoing paragraph represents an adjustment that takes place in consciousness when our truest, highest, religious thoughts (Israelites) begin to recognize and declare divine unity.