MITHKAH mĭth’ kə (מִּתְקָ֑ה). A stopping place of the Israelites during their wilderness journeys (Num 33:28, 29 KJV MITHCAH). The site is unknown.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

Name given owing to sweetness of pasture or water. A desert camp of the Israelites between Terah and Hashmonah (Nu 33:28 f).

See Wanderings of Israel.