🔼The name Kehelathah in the Bible
The name Kehelathah belongs to a place somewhere in the wilderness, between Rissah and Mount Shepher. The Israelites camped there on their long and arduous journey from Egypt to Canaan (Numbers 33:22).
🔼Etymology of the name Kehelathah
The name Kehelathah comes from the root קהל (qhl), meaning to assemble:
For a meaning of the name Kehelathah, Alfred Jones (Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names) sees in the final letter ה (he) a kind of locative, meaning towards, and reads Towards The Place Of Assembly. NOBSE Study Bible Name List and BDB Theological Dictionary both read simply Assembly.