Metaphysical meaning of Manahath (mbd)
Manahath, ma-na'-hath (Heb.)--resting; quieting; restoring; bequeathing; giving; forsaking; abandoning.
a Son of Shobal, who was a son of Seir the Horite (Gen. 36:23). b A place, seemingly in Benjamin (I Chron 8:6). I Chronicles 2:54 gives the impression that half of the inhabitants of Manahath were descendants of Salma of the tribe of Judah.
Meta. A peaceful, restful thought and place in consciousness. A stillness and ceasing from outer activity, wherein both soul and body are renewed in strength and good, wherein something of error is forsaken and a degree of Truth is realized.