Metaphysical meaning of Shisha (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Shisha (mbd)
Shisha, shi'-shå (Heb.)--whiteness; purity; distinction; nobility. Father of Elihoreph and Ahijah, who were scribes or secretaries to King Solomon of Israel (I Kings 4:3). He is thought to be the same person as Shavsha of I Chronicles 18:16, Seraiah of II Samuel 8:17, and Sheva of II Samuel 20:25.

Meta. See SERAIAH and SHEVA. In Shisha the phase of the subjective memory that transcribes thoughts of a high, noble, and pure nature is in evidence (whiteness, purity, distinction, nobility).

Preceding Entry: Shiphtan
Following Entry: Shishak