🔼The name Lidbir in the Bible
Lidbir is a town that may or may not have something to do with Lo-Debar, which means No Word or No Pasture. It only occurs in Joshua 13:26, and the way it is spelled here it means For The Word, or For The Pasture.
The letter ל (lamed) may also be due to the structure of the sentence and the town's name is plainly Debir. But which ever way translators choose to take this, it should be remembered that in Hebrew it's all the same and means both.
🔼Etymology of the name Lidbir
If the town is really called Lidbir, then the L-part comes from the common particle ל (le):
The rest of the name Lidbir comes from the huge root דבר (dabar), generally meaning word:
The name Lidbir means For The Word, or To The Pasture.