[many Sibra'im] (Heb. Sibra'yim, סברִיַ, twofold hope [Gesenius], or double hill [Furst]; Sept. Σαβαρίμ. v.r. [ς] ῾Εβραμή or Ε, ράμ [ἠλειάμ]; Vulg. Sabarim), one of the landmarks on the northern boundary of the Holy Land, between Berothah and Hazar-hatticon, and between the boundary of Damascus and that of Hamath (Eze 47:16). Keil (Comment. ad loc.) suggests that it may be identical with the ZIPHRON SEE ZIPHRON (q.v.) of the parallel passage (Nu 34:9).