Lord is There
Jeho Vah-Sham Mah • Jehovah-Shammah
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Lord Is There
(THE) LORD IS THERE. KJV, Jeho´vah-Sham´mah (je-hōʹva-shamʹa; “Jehovah is there”). The figurative name given by Ezekiel (48:35; NASB, NIV, and KJV, “The Lord is there”) to millennial Jerusalem seen by him in his vision. The expression signifies that Jehovah has turned His favor once more to Jerusalem,
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Jehovah-shammahJehovah is there, the symbolical title given by Ezekiel to Jerusalem, which was seen by him in vision (Ezek. 48:35). It was a type of the gospel Church.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Jehovah-shammah ji-hoh’vuh-sham’muh (יוהו שָׁמָּה, “Yahweh is there”). The name to be given the restored and beautified Jerusalem of the Messiah’s kingdom (Ezek. 48:35 KJV mg.). The Lord had departed from his temple and city (ch. 11); he is to return to Jerusalem (ch. 43) and remain in favor and glory