Sibraim

SIBRAIM (sĭb-ră'ĭm, Heb. sivrayim). A point marking Palestine’s northern boundary between Damascus and Hamath (Ezek.47.16).


SIBRAIM sĭb rā’ əm (סִבְרַ֔יִם). A place on Ezekiel’s N boundary of Canaan, between Damascus and Hamath, prob. near Hums (Ezek 47:16). Its exact location is unknown.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

sib-ra’-im, sib’-ra-im (cibhrayim; Codex Vaticanus Sebram; Codex Alexandrinus Sephram): A place named as on the boundary of Palestine in Ezekiel’s ideal delineation, "between the border of Damascus and the border of Hamath" (Eze 47:16). It may possibly be represented by the modern Khirbet Sanbariyeh on the west bank of Nahr el-Chasbany, about 3 miles Southeast of `Abil.