Metaphysical meaning of Shagee (mbd)
Shagee (A. V., Shage), sha'-gee (Heb.)--wandering; straying; going astray; reeling; staggering; erring; transgressing; mistaking; sinning.
Meta. A tendency to go astray, or a fear of going astray, in one's first blind groping for greater light, truer understanding. A Hararite (mountaineer) signifies a high aspiration, a strong, noble, uplifting thought; and this Shagee thought is groping for a truer light and a more efficient power that will enable the individual to reach a higher standard, even that of spiritual understanding. It brings forth Jonathan, who symbolizes human affection set upon spiritual things. This affection (Jonathan), becoming attached to divine love (David), helps to establish love more fully and perfectly in the consciousness (Jonathan, son of Shagee the Hararite, was one of King David's guard or council of mighty men).