|Easton's Bible Dictionary|
How little! as nothing.
(1.) A town on the eastern border of Asher (Joshua 19:27), probably one of the towns given by Solomon to Hiram; the modern Kabul, some 8 miles east of Accho, on the very borders of Galilee.
(2.) A district in the north-west of Galilee, near to Tyre, containing twenty cities given to Hiram by Solomon as a reward for various services rendered to him in building the temple (1 Kings 9:13), and as payment of the six score talents of gold he had borrowed from him. Hiram gave the cities this name because he was not pleased with the gift, the name signifying "good for nothing." Hiram seems afterwards to have restored these cities to Solomon (2 Chronicles 8:2).
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ka'-bul (kabhul; Codex Vaticanus, Chobamasomel; Codex Alexandrinus, Chabol apo aristeron):
(1) A city on the boundary between Asher and Zebulun (Joshua 19:27). It corresponds to the Chabolo of Josephus (Vita, 43, etc.), and is represented by the modern village Kabul, about nine miles Southeast of Acre.
(2) A district probably connected with (1), containing 20 cities, given by Solomon to Hiram king of Tyre (1 Kings 9:10).
Cabul (2 Occurrences)
Joshua 19:27 It turned toward the sunrise to Beth Dagon, and reached to Zebulun, and to the valley of Iphtah El northward to Beth Emek and Neiel. It went out to Cabul on the left hand, (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)
1 Kings 9:13 He said, "What cities are these which you have given me, my brother?" He called them the land of Cabul to this day. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)