Metaphysical meaning of Mearah (mbd)
Mearah, me-a'-rah (Heb.)--excavation; pit; cave; cavern; empty eye socket; without sight; blind; making empty.
A place at the north of Palestine belonging to the Sidonians (Josh. 13:4). It was a portion of the "very much land" that remained to be possessed by the Israelites (see Josh. 13:1-7).
Meta. A deep-seated, subconscious belief in lack of both understanding and substance (cave, excavation, without sight, blind, making empty).
Preceding Entry: Mazzaroth
Following Entry: Mebunnai