HAZARMAVETH (hā'zar-mā'vĕth, village of death). Listed in the “
HAZARMAVETH hā’ zər mā’ vĭth (חֲצַרְמָ֖וֶת). The name of a son of Joktan and his descendants who settled in S Arabia in the Wadi Hadhramaut (
R. A. B. Hamilton, “Six Weeks in Shabwa,” Geographical Journal (1942), 107-123; G. C. Thompson, The Tombs and Moon Temple of Hureidha (1944); W. L. Brown and A. F. L. Beeston, “Sculptures and Inscriptions from Shabwa,” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (1954), 43-62.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
ad’-ar; e’-nan; gad’-a; hat’-i-kon; ma’-veth; shoo’-al; su’-sa; su’-sim.