The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Aphik (אֲפִיק‎, aphiq) or Aphek (אֲפֵק‎, apheq). A city alloted to the tribe of Asher (Josh 13:4; 19:30). The Asherites were unable to drive out the Canaanites from Aphik and instead lived in their midst (Judg 1:31–32).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Aphik (Heb. ʾăp̱iq)Alternate form of Aphek 3, a city in the territory of Asher (Judg. 1:31).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
A´phik (strong), a city of Asher from which the Canaanites were not driven out. Judges 1:31. Probably the same place as Aphek, 2.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Aphik(Judg. 1:31); Aphek (Josh. 13:4; 19:30), stronghold. (1.) A city of the tribe of Asher. It was the scene of the licentious worship of the Syrian Aphrodite. The ruins of the temple, “magnificent ruins” in a “spot of strange wildness and beauty”, are still seen at Afka, on the north-west slopes of
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
APHIK (Ā·phĭk) Variant Hebrew spelling of Aphek (Judg. 1:31). See Aphek 3.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
APHIK ay´fik [אֲפִיךְʾafikh]. City in the tribe of Asher whose Canaanite inhabitants were not driven out (Judg 1:31). Place of worship of Aphrodite.