🔼The names Kabzeel and Jekabzeel in the Bible
Kabzeel (קבצאל) is a village in Judah (Joshua 15:21), which is also known as Jekabzeel (יקבצאל — Nehemiah 11:25). In Hebrew the difference between the two is the letter י (yod), that's prefixed to the name Kabzeel to form Jekabzeel.
🔼Etymology of the names Kabzeel and Jekabzeel
The first part of these names comes from the verb קבץ (qabas), meaning to gather or assemble:
The prefixed letter י (yod to form Jekabzeel) denotes the future form of the verb.
🔼Kabzeel and Jekabzeel meaning
Hence, says Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names, Jekabzeel means God Will Assemble Together and Kabzeel means What God Gathers Together. NOBSE reads God Will Gather for Jekabzeel and God's Gathering for Kabzeel.