Metaphysical meaning of Mijamin (mbd)
Mijamin (in A.V., Ezra 10:25, Miamin), mij'-a-min (Heb.)--from the right hand, on the right side; dexterous; fortunate; prosperous; happy; faithful; from the south.
a A priest to whom the sixth course in Temple service was allotted, in David's reign (I Chron. 24:9). b An Israelite who had taken a foreign wife, but put her away at the instigation of Ezra (Ezra 10:25).
Meta. Man's knowing that executive ability, abundant supply, faithfulness, joy, all good, are his inheritance from God, and his receiving them consciously by exercising the divine power within himself (from the right hand, from the south, fortunate, prosperous, happy, faithful).