silver, a place between Babylon and Jerusalem, where Iddo resided ( Ezra 8:17 ); otherwise unknown.
(silvery, white ), a place of uncertain site on the road between Babylon and Jerusalem. ( Ezra 8:17 )
ka-sif'-i-a, ka-sif-e'-a (kaciphya'):
An unidentified place in North Babylonia, near the river Ahava, to which Ezra sent for "ministers for the house of our God" (Ezra 8:17). Some have thought the name to be connected with keceph, "silver" or "money." Septuagint renders argurio tou topou, as in 1 Esdras 8:45, "the place of the treasury."
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