Goath

GOATH. KJV form of Goah.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

go’-a, go’-ath (go`ah; the King James Version; Septuagint reads ex eklekton lithon): A place named in describing the boundaries of Jerusalem as restored in the "days to come" (Jer 31:39). If Gareb is the Northeast hill, then probably Goah is to be identified with the Northwest hill, which is called by Josephus "the camp of the Assyrians" (BJ, V, vii, 3; xii, 2).

See Jerusalem.

See also

  • Goah