length, a river in the “land of the Chaldeans” (Ezek. 1:3), on the banks of which were located some of the Jews of the Captivity (Ezek. 1:1; 3:15, 23; 10:15, 20, 22). It has been supposed to be identical with the river Habor, the Chaboras, or modern Khabour, which falls into the Euphrates at Circesium. To the banks of this river some of the Israelites were removed by the Assyrians (2 Kings 17:6). An opinion that has much to support it is that the “Chebar” was the royal canal of Nebuchadnezzar, the Nahr Malcha, the greatest in Mesopotamia, which connected the Tigris with the Euphrates, in the excavation of which the Jewish captives were probably employed.
[chi-bek] /tʃɪˈbɛk/ noun 1. .
[shi-bek] /ʃɪˈbɛk/ noun, Nautical. 1. .
[cheb-uh k-sahr-ee; Russian chyi-buh-ksah-ri] /ˌtʃɛb əkˈsɑr i; Russian tʃyɪ bʌˈksɑ rɪ/ noun 1. a port in and the capital of the Chuvash Autonomous Republic, in the Russian Federation in Europe, on the Volga. noun 1. an autonomous republic in the Russian Federation in Europe. 7064 sq. mi. (18,300 sq. km). Capital: Cheboksary. [choo-vah-shee-uh] /tʃuˈvɑ ʃi […]
[chuh-buh-shawf] /tʃə bəˈʃɔf/ noun, Mathematics. 1. .