Metaphysical meaning of Parshandatha (mbd)
Parshandatha, pär-shan'-da-thå (Heb. from Pers.)--given to Persia; interpreter of the law; revelation of the law.
One of Haman's ten sons. He was put to death with his brothers (Esth. 9:7).
Meta. Persia means cutting, dividing. One of the results of the rule of the Adversary in man (signified by Haman and his father Hammedatha, the Jews' enemy) is a divided mind, a lack of peace, poise, and unity. This phase of mind is typified by Parshandatha, Haman's son.
Preceding Entry: Parosh
Following Entry: Parthians