Ba'shan-ha'voth-Ja'ir (Heb. hab-Bashan' Chavvoth' Yair', הִבָּשָׁן חִוֹּת יָאַיר, the Bashan of the villages of Jair; Sept. Βασὰν Αὐὼθ [v. r. Θαυὼθ] Ι᾿αϊvρ), the general name imposed by Jair, the son of Manasseh, upon the region of Argob (q.v.), conquered by him in Bashan (De 3:14), containing sixty cities, with walls and brazen gates (Jos 13:30; 1Ki 4:13). It is elsewhere (Nu 22:41) called simply HAVOTH-JAIR SEE HAVOTH-JAIR (q.v.).