tel-abib Summary and Overview
Bible Dictionaries at a Glance
tel-abib in Easton's Bible Dictionary
hill of corn, a place on the river Chebar, the residence of
Ezekiel (Ezek. 3:15). The site is unknown.
tel-abib in Smith's Bible Dictionary
(cornhill) was probably a city of Chaldaea or Babylonia, not of upper Mesopotamia as generally supposed. #Eze 3:16| The whole scene of Ezekiel's preaching and visions seems to have been Chaldaea proper; and the river Chebar, as already observed, was not the Khabour, but a branch of the Euphrates.
tel-abib in Fausset's Bible Dictionary
The "hill" or "mound" Abib. The place of Ezekiel's residence among the Jewish captives in Babylonia, on the Chebar, a branch of the Euphrates (Ezekiel 3:15); the nahr Malcha, Nebuchadnezzar's royal canal.