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Cozeba
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Cozeba (Place)
COZEBA (PLACE) [Heb kōzēbāʾ (כֹּזֵבָא)]. Listed in the genealogy of Judah, Cozeba is the habitation of some of the sons of Shelah (1 Chr 4:22). Of the whole list of sons of Shelah, only Mareshah, in the Shephelah, is identified with certainty as Tel Ṣandaḥannah (M.R. 140111; LBHG, 248). Occupation
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Cozeba
Cozeba. Alternate name for Achzib, a city in Judah’s territory, in 1 Chronicles 4:22.See Achzib #1.
Chozeba
Chozeba. kjv form of Cozeba in 1 Chronicles 4:22. Cozeba was an alternate name for Achzib, a city in Judah’s territory.See Achzib #1.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Cozeba
COZEBA Alternate name of Aczib, a city in Judah’s territory, in 1 Chronicles 4:22. See Aczib #1.
Chozeba
CHOZEBA* kjv form of Cozeba in 1 Chronicles 4:22. Cozeba was an alternate name for Achzib, a city in Judah’s territory. See Cozeba.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Chozeba
CHOZEBA. A city in Judah whose men were descendants of Shelah (1 Chr 4:22). It is to be identified with Chezib (Gen 38:5) and Achzib (Josh 15:44). See Chezib; Achzib.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Cozeba
Cozeba (Heb. kōzēḇā})One of the cities listed in Judah’s genealogy inhabited by some of the sons of Shelah (1 Chr. 4:22). It is located in the Shephelah, considered to be the same as Chezib (Gen. 38:5) and Achzib (Josh. 15:44), which is identified as Tel el-Beiḍā/Ḥorvat Lavnin (145116).Steven
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Cozeba
Cozeba [kō zēˊbə] (Heb. kōzēḇâ˒ “falsehood”). A village in the Shephelah region of Judah (1 Chr. 4:22; KJV “Chozeba”), considered to be the same as Chezib (Gen. 38:5) and Achzib (Josh. 15:44).
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Cozeba
COZE´BA (ko-zēʹba; “deceitful”). A city in the lowlands of Judah, “the men” of which are named among the descendants of Shelah (1 Chron. 4:22). The same as Chezib (Kezib) and Achzib (Akzib; Gen. 38:5; Josh. 15:44).
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Chozeba
Chozeba(1 Chr. 4:22), the same as Chezib and Achzib, a place in the lowlands of Judah (Gen. 38:5; Josh. 15:44).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Chozeba
CHOZEBA [koh ZEE buh] (deceitful) — a village of Judah (1 Chr. 4:22), probably the same as Achzib (Josh. 15:44; Mic. 1:14) and Chezib (Gen. 38:5). Another spelling is Cozeba (NRSV, NIV).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CHOZEBA
CHOZEBA<ko-ze’-ba> (כֹּזֵלבא‎ [kozebha’], “deceitful”): Same as ACHZIB and CHEZIB (which see).
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Cozeba
COZEBA (Cō zēʹ bȧ) Place-name meaning “deceptive.” Home of descendants of Judah (1 Chron. 4:22). Its location is uncertain.
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