Easton's Bible Dictionary
Adorer of Nebo, or Nebo saves me, the "Rabsaris," or chief chamberlain, of the court of Babylon. He was one of those whom the king sent to release Jeremiah from prison in Jerusalem (Jeremiah 39:13 ).
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
Derived from Nebo; an officer of Nebuchadnezzar at the taking of Jerusalem; he was Rabsaris, i.e. chief of the eunuchs (as Ashpenaz, Daniel 1:3), as Nebuzaradan was Rab-tabbachim, i.e. chief of the body guard, and Nergal Sharezer was Rabmag, i.e. chief of the priests (Jeremiah 39:13).
Holman Bible Dictionary
; NEBUSHAZBAN (nehb' byoo sshass bab, neh byoo sshaz' ban) Variant transliterations of personal name meaning, “Nabu save me.” High official of Nebuchadrezzar involved in the fall of Jerusalem (Jeremiah 39:13 ).
Morrish Bible Dictionary
Officer of Nebuchadnezzar, called Rab-saris, which is thought to mean 'chief chamberlain.' Jeremiah 39:13 .
The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary
One of those princes who was sent from Babylon at the taking of Jerusalem. (Jeremiah 39:13) A compound word, principally having a regard to the idol of Babylon, Nebo.
Rabsaris - One of Nebuchadnezzar's princes at the taking of Jerusalem under Zedekiah (Jeremiah 39:3; Jeremiah 39:13); probably a title of Nebushasban, i. (See Nebushasban
Sarsechim - ” Often seen as copyist's change from Nebushasban (Jeremiah 39:13 )
Nebo - The name Nebo, or Nabo, is found in the composition of the names of several princes of Babylon; as Nabonassar, Nabopolassar, Nebuchadnezzar, Nebuzaradan, Nebushasban, &c
Nebo - The extensive prevalence of this worship among the Chaldeans and Assyrians, is evident from the many compound proper names occurring in the Scriptures, of which this word forms part; as Nebuchadnezzar, Nebuzaradan, Nebushasban, Jeremiah 39:9,13 ; and also in the classics, as Naboned, Nabonassar, Nabopolassar, etc