BERACAH, BERACHAH (bêr'a-ka, a blessing). One of the thirty volunteers who came to the aid of David at Ziklag when he fled from Saul. These men were known for their ability as archers (1Chr.12.3).

BERACAH bĕr’ ə kə (KJV, BERACHAH), (בְּרָכָ֔ה, lit. blessing). 1. One of the warriors from the brethren of Saul who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chron 12:1-3).

2. A valley in the Judean wilderness W of Tekoa, identified with Wadi Bereikut, where Jehoshaphat defeated a Trans-Jordanian coalition (2 Chron 20:26).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

A Benjamite who joined David at Ziklag (1Ch 12:3).