In Devarim 3:9 it says that the Tzidonim would call Mt. Chermon "Sirion" and the Amorim would call it "Snir". However, when Yechezkel laments the fall of Tzor, which is in Tzidon, he refers to Chermon as "Snir" (27:5). Wouldn't it make more sense for him to use the Tzidoni word for it?

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    clearly, the answer is טוּר תַּלְגָּא ;)
    – rosends
    Jun 30 at 12:30
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    @rosends So Yechezkel should have said: "Snow place like home"?
    – Harel13
    Jun 30 at 12:52

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