The residents of Harod.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ha´rodite, The, the designation of two of the thirty-seven warriors of David’s guard, Shammah and Elika, 2 Sam. 23:25, doubtless derived from a place named Harod.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Harod hair’uhd (חֲרֹד H3008, “trembling”; gentilic חֲרֹדִי H3012, “Harodite”). (1) A spring at which Gideon encamped with his men while preparing for battle with the Midianites (Jdg. 7:1). Some have speculated that Saul encamped at this spring (1 Sam. 29:1, “the spring in Jezreel”) before his fatal battle
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
HARODITE, hāʹrod-īt (חֲרֹדִי, ḥărōdhī): Two of David’s heroes, Shamma and Elika, are so called (2 S 23:25). LXX omits the second name. In 1 Ch 11:27, the first is called “Shammoth the Harorite,” while the second is omitted. “Harorite” is a clerical error for “Harodite,” ד being taken for ר. Possibly