Holman Bible Dictionary
(can' neh) Northern Syrian city which traded with Tyre and gained Ezekiel's mention in condemning Tyre (Ezekiel 27:23 ). It may be variant spelling of Calneh or a city called Kannu in Assyrian documents.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
CANNEH . A town named with Haran and Eden ( Ezekiel 27:23 ), not identified. Mez ( Gesch. der Stadt HarrÃ¢n , 34) suggests that it may be a clerical error for bÄnÃª , i.e. bÄnÃª Eden , ‘sons of Eden’ (see Guthe, BibelwÃ¶rterbuch, s.v .).
Morrish Bible Dictionary
City of the East which traded with Tyre. Ezekiel 27:23 . Perhaps the same as CALNEH.
Easton's Bible Dictionary
Mentioned only in Ezekiel 27:23 . (See CALNEH .)
Eden, Children of - The people occupying Bit-Adini ( 2 Kings 19:12 , Isaiah 37:12 : for Ezekiel 27:23 see Canneh)
Canneh - Canneh
Calneh - One of the original cities of Nimrod's empire, Genesis 10:10; Amos 6:2, apparently the same with Calno, Isaiah 10:9, and Canneh, Ezekiel 27:23
Calneh - Called Calno, Isaiah 10:9 and Canneh, Ezekiel 27:23 , one of Nimrod's cities, Genesis 10:10 , and afterwards called Ctesiphon; it lay on the east bank of the Tigris opposite Seleucia, twenty miles below Bagdad
Calneh - It is called Calno (Isaiah 10:9 ) and Canneh (Ezekiel 27:23 )
Calneh - Elsewhere Canneh (Ezekiel 27:23)