RITHMAH (rĭth'ma, Heb. rithmâh, juniper). The third camp of Israel from Sinai (Num.33.18). Some authorities think this is an error for Ramah of the Negev (Josh.19.8).

RITHMAH rĭth’ mə (רִתְמָֽה, broom). A stopping place in the wilderness wanderings of the Israelites (Num 33:18, 19). The location is unknown.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

A desert camp of the Israelites (Nu 33:18,19). The name refers to the white desert broom.

See Wanderings of Israel.