Tel Abib (Hebrew: תל-אביב, Tel Aviv; lit. "Spring Mound", where Spring is the season) is an unidentified place on the river Khabur in what is now Syria. Tel Abib is mentioned in Ezekiel 3:15:
- "Then I came to them of the captivity at Tel Abib, that lived by the river Chebar, and to where they lived; and I sat there overwhelmed among them seven days.".
The biblical place name was adopted by Nahum Sokolow as the title for his Hebrew translation of Theodor Herzl's Altneuland ("Old New Land"). It later gave its name to the modern Israeli city of Tel Aviv; the Hebrew letter ב without dagesh represents a sound like [v] but is traditionally transcribed 'b' in English translations of the Bible.