Metaphysical meaning of Naarah (mbd)
Naarah (in A.V., Joshua 16:7, Naarath), na'-a-rah (Heb.)--girl; maid en; young virgin; youth; bride; handmaiden; servant; posterity; poured out; waterfall.
a Wife of "Ashhur the father of Tekoa," of the tribe of Judah (I Chron. 4:5). b A town on the border of Ephraim (Josh. 16:7).
Meta. Ashhur represents the establishing of å more firm and abiding idea regarding the body of man. (See ASH-HUR.) Naarah, wife of Ashhur (meaning girl, young virgin, posterity, youth, poured out), refers to the soul's expressing the youthful, renewing thought that, unified with that which Ashhur signifies, aids in establishing this truth in the outer man.
The Naarah that was a border city of Ephraim signifies the will's (Ephraim) laying hold of and radiating the youth idea.
Preceding Entry: Naamites
Following Entry: Naarai