a place fertile in sycamores, a city in the plain of Judah, the villages of which were seized by the Philistines (2Ch 28:18). It is now called Jimzu, about 3 miles south-east of Ludd, i.e., Lydda.
Taken with its dependent villages by the Philistines under Ahaz (2Ch 28:18). N.W. of Judah, or in Dan; now Jimzu, a large village on a height surrounded by trees, S. of the road between Jerusalem and Jaffa, where the highlands sink down into the maritime plain.
A town on the border of Philistia (2Ch 28:18). It is the modern Jimz
City captured by the Philistines in the time of Ahaz. 2Ch 28:18. Identified with Jimzu, 31 56' N, 34 56' E.
(fertile in sycamores), a town which with its dependent villages was taken possession of by the Philistines in the reign of Ahaz.
The name (Jimzu) still remains attached to a large village between two and three miles southwest of Lydda, south of the road between Jerusalem and Jaffa.