|Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia|
kouch'-ing-plas (marbets; once in English Versions of the Bible, Ezekiel 25:5): The same Hebrew word, however, which means simply "place of lying down" of animals in repose, is used also in Ze 2:15 where the translation is "a place. to lie down in." The figure, a common one in Scripture (see besides, Isaiah 17:2; Isaiah 27:10), suggests desolation.
Couching-place (3 Occurrences)
Isaiah 65:10 And the Sharon shall be a fold for flocks, and the valley of Achor a couching-place of the herds, for my people that have sought me. (DBY)
Ezekiel 25:5 And I will make Rabbah a stable for camels, and the children of Ammon a couching-place for flocks: and ye shall know that I am Jehovah. (ASV DBY JPS WBS)
Zephaniah 2:15 This is the rejoicing city that dwelt in security, that said in her heart, I am, and there is none else beside me: how is she become a desolation, a couching-place for beasts! Every one that passeth by her shall hiss, shall wave his hand. (DBY)