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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #392 - אַכְזִיב
Achzib = “deceit”
1) a town in the lowland of west Judah
2) a town in Asher by the Sea of Galilee
2 in Asher Judges 1:31 (ᵐ5 Ασχαζει), and (אַכְזִ֫יבָה) Joshua 19:29 (ᵐ5 Εχοζοβ, A Αχζειφ, ᵐ5 L Αχαζειβ); it lay on the coast south of Tyre, in Assyrian Akzibi, COT Joshua 19:29 Dl Par. 284; Greek Εκδιππα; modern Ezekiel -Zîb, Bd Pal. 272 Buhl G. § 120 and (on pronunciation) Kasteren ZPV xiii. 101.
כזר (√ of following; Aramaic Ethpe`el be cruel (ᵑ7 Job 10:1), compare Syriac , miles, vir strenuus PS1718, who compare Persian athleta, heros (Vullers)).
אַכְזִיב (i.q. אַכְזָב), [Achzib], pr.n.
(1) of a town on the sea coast in the tribe of Asher, situated between Acco and Tyre, called by the Greeks Ecdippa, now Dsib; Joshua 19:29; Judges 1:31.
(2) of a town in the tribe of Judah, Joshua 15:44; Micah 1:14 comp. כְּזִיב and כֹּזֵבָה.