ka'-bul (kabhul; Codex Vaticanus, Chobamasomel; Codex Alexandrinus, Chabol apo aristeron):
(1) A city on the boundary between Asher and Zebulun (Joshua 19:27). It corresponds to the Chabolo of Josephus (Vita, 43, etc.), and is represented by the modern village Kabul, about nine miles Southeast of Acre.
(2) A district probably connected with (1), containing 20 cities, given by Solomon to Hiram king of Tyre (1 Kings 9:10).
CA'BUL, now a small hamlet called Kabul, 9 ms. s. e. of Accho and 74 ms. n. of Jerusalem.
Strong's HebrewH3521: Kabul
a city in Asher, also a region in Galilee