Boyd’s Bible Dictionary:

(chaste). Idolatrous wife of Ahab (1 Kings 16:29-33; 1 Kings 17-21; 2 Kings 9:30-37).

Concise Bible Dictionary:

Daughter of Ethbaal king of the Zidonians, wife of Ahab king of Israel, and mother of Ahaziah, Joram, and Athaliah. She was a bold, wicked idolatress, and stirred up her husband to do evil against the Lord. She “cut off” the prophets of Jehovah, and had four hundred prophets of Baal that ate at her table. When these were slain by Elijah, she threatened the life of the prophet, but he escaped out of her hands. When Ahab longed for the vineyard which Naboth refused to sell, Jezebel caused Naboth to be falsely accused and stoned to death, and then told her husband to go and take possession. Elijah was soon on the spot to tell Ahab his doom, and of his wife he said, “The dogs shall eat Jezebel by the wall of Jezreel.” Jehu was to be the instrument of vengeance. He killed Joram and wounded the king of Judah, then as he rode into Jezreel, Jezebel, with painted face and head attired, looked from a window and taunted him with “Had Zimri peace who slew his master?” But on Jehu asking who was on his side, the eunuchs looked out, and at his request they threw her down to the ground. Her blood was sprinkled on the wall and she was trodden under foot. When Jehu told them to bury the “cursed woman,” it was found that, as foretold by the prophet, the dogs had eaten her, except her skull, her hands and her feet. In the New Testament she is mentioned as symbolical of an evil seducing system in the professing church that leads others into idolatrous associations (1 Kings 16:31; 1 Kings 18:4,13,19; 1 Kings 19:1-2; 1 Kings 21:5-29; 2 Kings 9:7-37; Rev. 2:20).

Strong’s Dictionary of Hebrew Words:

from 336 and 2083; Izebel, the wife of king Ahab
KJV Usage:

Jackson’s Dictionary of Scripture Proper Names:

non-cohabitant: unchaste

Potts’ Bible Proper Names:

Place of habitation; father of the heavenly dwelling; chaste; not cohabited:― wife of King Ahab, 1 Kings 16:31. {Mansio habitationis}