EMEK KEZIZ (ĕ'mĕk kēzĭz). A valley near kjv), or a city (
EMEK-KEZIZ ē’ mĭk kē’ zĭz (Heb. עֵ֥מֶק קְצִֽיץ derived from ’emēq, “low ground,” “valley” cognate to Ugar. ’m q, Canaanite ’amq, Mari Akkad. ḥamqum, and q’ṩīyṩ, “cut off,” cognate to Ugar. q ṩ ṩ, Akkad. qaṩāṩu(m), appearing only in
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
(`emeq qetsits; the
A town in Benjamin named between Beth-hoglah and Beth-arabah, and therefore to be sought in the plain, probably South of Jericho. The name has not been recovered.