Eth Kazin

ETH KAZIN (ĕth kā'zĭn, Heb. ‘ittah katsin). A place on the border of Zebulun (Josh.19.13). The exact site is unknown.


ETH-KAZIN ĕth kā’ zīn (עִתָּ֣ה קָצִ֑ין), KJV ITTAH-KAZIN ĭ’ta ka’ zīn. A town, mentioned only once (Josh 19:13), described as being on the border of Zebulun. From the mention of other towns in the same v. its location, at present uncertain, should be somewhere on the border of Zebulun and Naphtali. The site of Kefr Kenna seems most probable.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

(`ittah qatsin; the King James Version Ittah Kazin):

A town on the eastern border of Zebulun, mentioned between Gath-hepher and Rimmon (Jos 19:13). The site is not identified. "Ittah" of the King James Version is due to misunderstanding of the Hebrew letter "he" locale.