Mik'loth (Heb. Mikloth', מַקלוֹת, prob. i.q. מִקּלוֹת staves, as in Ge 30:37, etc.; Sept. Μακαλώθ, Μακελώθ, and Μακελλώθ, the name of two men.
1. The principal officer of, the second contingent of troops under Dodo, during the reign of David and Solomon (1Ch 27:4). B.C. 1014.
2. A descendant of Benjamin resident at Jerusalem, and father of Shimeah or Shimean; of the family of king Saul, but in what degree of relationship is not clear (1Ch 8:32; 1Ch 9:37-38). B.C. perhaps cir. 536.