Haradah

HARADAH (har-ā'da, Heb. hărādhâh, terror). One of Israel’s encampments in the wilderness wanderings where they stayed after leaving Mount Shepher (Num.33.24). The site is unknown, but its name suggests it was a mountain.


HARADAH hə rā’ də (חֲרָדָֽה, fearful). A station in the wilderness journeys of the Israelites (Num 33:24, 25), between Mt. Shepher and Makheloth. The site is unknown.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

ha-ra’-da, har’-a-da (charadhah, "fearful"): A desert station of the Israelites between Mt. Shepher and Makheloth (Nu 33:24-25).

See Wanderings of Israel.