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AVITH (PLACE) [Heb ʿăwı̂t (עֲוִית)]. The residence of the Edomite “king” Hadad son of Bedad (Gen 36:35; 1 Chr 1:46). See HADAD (PERSON). According to the rules of postexilic Heb and Aram orthography, ʿwyt may render Ar Ghuwaith, attested as a personal name in Safaitic, S Safaitic, Minaean, and Qatabanian
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Avith āʹvith [Heb. ‘awîṯ; Gk. Getthaim—‘two presses’ (?)]. The royal city of Hadad, son of Bedad king of Edom (Gen. 36:35; 1 Ch. 1:46), identified by Abel (GP, II, 257) with Khirbet el-Jiththeh between Ma‘ân and el-Basṭa. The Arabic and Greek words are obviously similar, but no phonetic relationship
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