The name Lo Debar in the Bible
Lo Debar is the name of a town in the area called Gilead in Manasseh. It's mentioned twice in the Bible; once as the hiding place of Mephibosheth, the son of Jonathan, the son of Saul (2 Samuel 9:4,5—spelled לו דבר), and once as the origin of Machir who supplies David and his people when they are on the run from Absalom (2 Samuel 17:27—spelled לא דבר).
Etymology of the name Lo Debar
The name Lo Debar obviously consists of two parts. The Lo-part is a common particle of negation: no:
The Debar-part is of the fruitful and much applied dabar-stock:
Lo Debar meaning
Perhaps the name Lo Debar means Without Pasture (as is proposed by Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names) but perhaps it means No Word, a derogatory name denoting lack of enlightenment or stupidity.