🔼The name Haradah: Summary
- From the noun חרדה (harada), fear, from the verb חרד (harad), to tremble with fear.
🔼The name Haradah in the Bible
The name Haradah occurs twice in the Bible, but in one context. It's one of the stadia at which Israel camped during the wilderness years (Numbers 33:24, 33:25). Haradah was situated between mount Shepher and Makheloth.
🔼Etymology of the name Haradah
The name Haradah is identical to the feminine noun חרדה (harada), meaning a trembling or fear, from the verb חרד (harad), meaning to tremble:
The verb חרד (harad) means to shake or tremble with fear. Adjective חרד (hared) means trembling or afraid, and noun חרדה (harada) means a trembling or fear.
For a meaning of the name Haradah, both NOBSE Study Bible Name List and Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names read Fear. BDB Theological Dictionary doesn't translate Haradah but does confirm that it is identical to the noun חרדה (harada).