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Watson's Biblical & Theological Dictionary [1]

This and Aholah are two feigned names made use of by  Ezekiel 23:4 , to denote the two kingdoms of Judah and Samaria. Aholah and Aholibah are represented as two sisters of Egyptian extraction. Aholah stands for Samaria, and Aholibah for Jerusalem. The first signifies a tent, and the second, my tent is in her. They both prostituted themselves to the Egyptians and Assyrians, in imitating their abominations and idolatries; for which reason the Lord abandoned them to those very people for whose evil practices they had shown so passionate an affection. They were carried into captivity, and reduced to the severest servitude.

People's Dictionary of the Bible [2]

Aholibah ( A-Hŏl'I-Bah or A-Hô'Li-Bah ), My Tabernacle Is In Her. A symbolical name for Judah.  Ezekiel 23:4;  Ezekiel 23:11;  Ezekiel 23:22;  Ezekiel 23:36;  Ezekiel 23:44.

Morrish Bible Dictionary [3]

A symbolical harlot to represent Jerusalem: sister to Aholah, symbolical of Samaria. Jerusalem is said to exceed Samaria in her profligacy. She was warned without success, and her downfall was predicted. The name signifies 'my tent or tabernacle is in her.'  Ezekiel 23:4-44 .

Smith's Bible Dictionary [4]

Aho'libah. (My Tabernacle). A symbolical name, described as a harlot, representing Judah. Ezekiel 23.

Easton's Bible Dictionary [5]

 Ezekiel 23:4,11,22,36,44

Holman Bible Dictionary [6]


Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [7]

(Hebrew Oholibah', אָהַלַיבָה , for בָהּ אָהַלַי , My Tent is In Her; Sept. Ο᾿Ολιβά v. r. Ο᾿Λιβά ; Vulg. Ooliba), a symbolical name given to Jerusalem ( Ezekiel 23:4;  Ezekiel 23:11;  Ezekiel 23:22;  Ezekiel 23:36;  Ezekiel 23:44) under the figure of an adulterous harlot, as having once contained the true worship of Jehovah, but having prostituted herself to foreign idolatries (Havernik, Comment. in loc.). (See Aholah).