Metaphysical meaning of Shua (mbd)
Shua (in A. V., Gen. 38:2, 12, Shuah), shu'-å (Heb.)--broad; ample; riches; wealth; prosperity; saving; set free; delivered, i. e., out of straits and danger; a cry for help; prayer; supplication; invocation.
Meta. Broad, rich thoughts of abundant substance, in the depths of the subconscious mind (ample, riches, wealth, prosperity, a Canaanitish man and an Israelitish woman; the Canaanites refer to the elemental life forces in the depths of the subconsciousness, and a woman signifies some phase of the soul). Shua signifies also a strong desire for the uplifting power of God, for something higher and better, emanating from the soul and from the subconscious elemental life forces (a cry for help, prayer, supplication), with the sure response of Spirit to the cry (saving, set free, delivered).