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Zeboim

[ zi-boh-im ]
/ zɪˈboʊ ɪm /
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noun
one of the cities destroyed along with Sodom and Gomorrah. Deuteronomy 29:23.
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Origin of Zeboim

From Hebrew Ṣəbhōʾīm (plural) “goats, gazelles”
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