Ezekiel 6:11
Eastern custom: "smite with thine hand; stamp with thy foot" Signs of victory. [Pillai #709]

Ezekiel 7:23
"...the land is full of bloody crimes, and the city is full of violence" Fig. mesodiplosis Repetition of "filled". Heb. mala.

Ezekiel 9:9
"...the land is full of blood, and the city full of perverseness"
Fig. mesodiplosis Repetition of "filled" Heb. mala .

Ezekiel 13:18
Eastern custom: "sew pillows to all armholes" Pieces of cloth 2" x 2" sewn to clothes, containing herbs. Supposed to ward off devils. Much fortune-telling
among the people. [Pillai #729]

Ezekiel 18:2

Eastern custom: sour grapes=symbol of sin.
"teeth set on edge"=suffering God says it's not logical for children to suffer for father's sins. Each will suffer for their own. [Pillai]

Ezekiel 20:8
"midst of the land of Egypt" Only here and Isa 19:19.

Ezekiel 21:21
Eastern custom: "divination"=cup of divination
"arrows bright"=point in direction of guidance.

Ezekiel 24:17
Eastern custom: "tire of thine head"=turban. Removed for mourning.
"cover" Mouth covered by mantle during mourning.
"eat not the breat of men" No food cooked at home for 2-3 weeks after death. Relatives bring food. [Pillai #709]

Ezekiel 28:15
"...till iniquity was found in thee" Refers to the period between Gen 1:1 and Gen 1:2.

Ezekiel 29:18
Eastern custom: bald, peeled] Abrasion of skin from carrying heavy loads of forced servitude. Shoulders peeled from "palankin," a portable chair. [Pillai

Ezekiel 31:9
The "garden of God," "Eden," and "paradise" are all the same usage. [Wway,104]

Ezekiel 47:1

Compare Exo 40:30.