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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
CHILMAD (PLACE) [Heb kilmad (כִּלְמַד)]. A trading partner with Tyre mentioned only in the MT of Ezekiel’s lament over that city (Ezek 27:23). The name is last in a list of five places, three of which are well attested: HARAN, EDEN (= Bīt Adini), and ASSHUR; CANNEH is otherwise unattested, but may be
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Chilmad kil̀mad [Heb. kilmad; Gk. Charman]; NEB ALL MEDIA (kl mdy). A city or district mentioned after Sheba and Asshur as supplying merchandise to Tyre (Ezk. 27:23). Working on the mistaken assumption that m and w are interchangeable in Assyrian/Babylonian, scholars have sometimes identified Chilmad
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Chilmad [kĭlˊmăd] (Heb. kilmaḏ). A place or a region which traded with Tyre (Ezek. 27:23; NIV “Kilmad”). While some scholars identify Chilmad with the city of Kullimeri in north Mesopotamia (emending klmd to klmr) and others identify it with the entire country of Media (emending klmd to kl mdy),
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
CHIL´MAD (kilʹmad), Kil´mad (NIV). A place or country mentioned in conjunction with Sheba and Asshur (Ezek. 27:23). The only name bearing any similarity to it is Charmande, a town near the Euphrates between the Mascus and the Babylonian frontier; but it is highly improbable that this place was of sufficient
Easton’s Bible Dictionary