This biblical ring spells out the word IBHAR, which for connoisseurs of the Hebrew bible and Old Testament, may recognize as a son of David (2 Samuel 5:15). The word IBHAR means "whom He elects". The book of Samuel is part of the narrative history of Ancient Israel and the Israelites.
IBHAR derives from the Hebrew verb בחר (bahar), which means literally, to select by preference, or one who is chosen by He (G-d). The implication is that the chosen one is both exceptional and wise. The Hebrew noun בחור (bahur) is a derivation of Bahar and means "exceptional young man". IBHAR is spelled יבחר in Hebrew.
If you are in search of an unusual band ring with biblical and ancient meaning and that has relevance in both Judaism and Christianity, look no further than our IBHAR message band. US size 6 and this ring is NOT sizeable.