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Achzib

Achzib (ăk´zĬb), in the Bible. 1 Seacoast town, ancient Palestine, c.15 mi (24 km) S of Tyre. 2 Unidentified city of Judah. Chezib in the Book of Genesis and Chozeba in First Chronicles may be the same.

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Chezib

Chezib (kē´zĬb), probably the same as Achzib2.

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