Metaphysical meaning of Ithran (mbd)
Ithran, `ith'-ran (Heb.)--redundant; abundant; excellent; plenty; preëminent.
a Son of Dishon, who was a chief of the Horites (Gen. 36:26). b A man of the Israelitish tribe of Asher (I Chron. 7:37). This latter Ithran is thought to be the same person as the Jether of I Chronicles 7:38.
Meta. Ideas of great excellence and of great value; thoughts that are superior to their fellows, working in both the seemingly deep-seated sense (Horite) consciousness in the individual and in his more spiritual phase of mind (the Israelites). These ideas have taken on abundant substance; they believe in bountiful supply, and they lead to plenty.