Kebar: a river of Bab.Original Word: כְּבָר
Part of Speech: Noun
Phonetic Spelling: (keb-awr')
Short Definition: Chebar
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a river of Bab.
Brown-Driver-BriggsII. כְּבָר proper name, of a river Kebar, a river (or perhaps a canal) of Babylonia, not at present identified, by which the exiles, among whom Ezekiel ministered, were settled; always in the phrase נְהַר כְּבָר Ezekiel 1:1,3; Ezekiel 3:15,23; Ezekiel 10:15,20,22; Ezekiel 43:3 (compare SmEzekiel 1:1 DelPar. 47 f., 184).
II. כבר (√ of following; ? to intertwine, net; Late Hebrew כָּבַר sift is denominative from כְּבָרָה).
Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceKebar, a river of Mesopotamia
see HEBREW kbar
see HEBREW Chabowr
Forms and Transliterationsכְּבָ֑ר כְּבָ֔ר כְּבָֽר׃ כְּבָר֙ כבר כבר׃ kə·ḇār kəḇār keVar
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 3529
kə·ḇār — 8 Occ.
HEB: עַל־ נְהַר־ כְּבָ֑ר נִפְתְּחוּ֙ הַשָּׁמַ֔יִם
NAS: while I was by the river Chebar among
KJV: by the river of Chebar, [that] the heavens
INT: was by the river Chebar were opened the heavens