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Excerpt from the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the most advanced Bible dictionary.
A Moabite city to which Balak took Balaam immediately upon Balaam’s arrival in Moab (Num 22:39). It likely was between Moab near the Arnon River and Bamoth-baal (Num 22:41; compare Josh 13:17).
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KIRIATH-HUZOTH (PLACE) [Heb qiryat ḥūṣôt (קִרְיַת חֻצֹות)]. The city to which Balak first took Balaam following the latter’s arrival in Moabite territory (Num 22:39). Once there, Balak offered sacrifices prior to Balaam’s oracular activity (Num 22:41–24:25). Although the precise location of Kiriath-huzoth
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Kiriath-huzoth. Town in Moab to which Balak and Balaam went before going to Bamoth-baal (Nm 22:39, kjv Kirjath-huzoth). Perhaps to be equated with Kiriathaim, but this is uncertain.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Kirjath-huzoth—city of streets, Num. 22:39, a Moabite city, which some identify with Kirjathaim. Balak here received and entertained Balaam, whom he had invited from Pethor, among the “mountains of the east,” beyond the Euphrates, to lay his ban upon the Israelites, whose progress he had no hope otherwise
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
KIRIATH-HUZOTH<kir-i-ath hu’-zoth>: קִריַת חֻצוֹת [qiryath-chutsoth], “city of streets”; Septuagint reads) [πόλεις ἐπαύλεων, poleis epauleon], “city of villages,” from which we may infer a reading חצרות [chatseroth], for חצות [chutsoth]; the King James Version, Kirjathhuzoth): A place to which,