Ba'ilath-be'er (Hebrews Badlath' Beer', בּאֵר בִּעִלִת, Baalah of [or having] a well; Sept. Βααλάθ v. r. Βαλέκ), probably the same as the BAAL of 1Ch 4:33, a city of Simeon; mentioned in connection with RAMATH — Negeb, or Southern Ramah (Jos 19:8; comp. 1Sa 30:27), in such a manner as to make them identical (so the Sept. B. πορευομένων Βηῤῥαμώθ; Vulg. Baalath-Beerramoth). SEE RAMATH. It is also the same with the BEALOTH SEE BEALOTH (q.v.) of Judah (Jos 15:24). Other sacred wells in this parched region were the Beer-lahai-roi, the "well of the vision of God;" and Beer-sheba, the "well of the oath." SEE BEER.