And their coast was from Heleph
That is, their northern coast, reaching from west to east, as appears by the ending of it at Jordan; the Alexandrian copy of the Greek version calls it Mlepeh, the Targum, Meheleph, and Jerom, Mealeb, which he calls the border of Naphtali; which, though to the north, cannot be expressly said what and where it was:
from Allon to Zaanannim;
or rather from the oak, or from the plain in Zaanannim F4; for it seems to be the same with the plain of Zanaaim, ( Judges 4:11 ) .
and Adami, Nekeb;
some make these to be but one city, and the latter only an epithet of the former; but the Talmudists F5 make them two, as we do, and call the first Damin, and the latter Ziadetha; but what and where either of them were exactly is not known; for Adami cannot be the same with Adam, ( Joshua 3:16 ) ; as some think; for that was in Peraea, on the other side Jordan; (See Gill on Joshua 3:16):
Jabneel is different from that which was on the borders of Judah, ( Joshua 15:11 ) ; and is called by the Jews F6 since Cepherjamah;
of which we nowhere else read:
and the outgoings thereof were at Jordan;
here the coast ended this way.