Karka

KARKA (kar'ka, Heb. ha-qarqā‘âh, ground). A place on the southern boundary of Judah (Josh.15.3; kjv Karkaa).


KARKA kär’ kə (קַּרְקָֽעָה, the floor). A place on the S border of Judah, near Azmon (Josh 15:3; KJV KARKAA). The site is unknown.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

A place in the South of Judah, between Addar and Wady el-`Arish (Jos 15:3). Eusebius, Onomasticon speaks of a village in Judah lying toward the wilderness, named Akarka. It cannot now be identified. The name means "the pavement,"’ or "ground."