Hebrew: אַכְזִיב —meaning: falsehood; deceptive
also known as: Achziv, Akzib, Az-Zīb, az-Zeeb, al-Zib and Tel Achziv
Tis is the name of 2 biblical cities.
Achzib, a Phoenician city
This Phoenician city (the Greek: Ecdippa) remained in Canaanite possession though assigned to the tribe of Asher (Joshua 19:29; Judges 1:31; Micah 1:14).
also known as: Tel Achziv, Az-Zīb, Az-Zeeb, al-Zib, Acdippa, Kheziv and Gesiv
It is identified with the modern Achziv, Israel (a.k.a. Achziv and es-Zib, on the Mediterranean, about 8 miles north of Accho.
Archaeologists have uncovered a fortified Canaanite city here dating to the second millennium before Christ.
Achzib, in Judah
This Achzib is a town in the Shephelah, or plain country of Judah (Joshua 15:44).
It is probably the same as Chezib of Genesis 38:5 = Ain Kezbeh.