Metaphysical meaning of Shavsha (mbd)
Shavsha, shav'-shå (Heb.)--bright; shining; white; nobility; splendor; purity.
David's scribe, or secretary (I Chron. 18:16). He is called Seraiah in II Samuel 8:17, and Sheva in II Samuel 20:25. In I Kings 4:3 two sons of Shisha are mentioned as being Solomon's scribes, or secretaries; Shisha is a form of Shavsha.
Meta. That which impresses Truth indelibly upon or within the consciousness (a scribe), and exalts and radiates the light and purity of Truth (bright, shining, white, splendor, nobility, purity). (See SCRIBES and EZRA the scribe.)