En-had'dah (Hebrew Eyn Chiaddah', ין חִדָּה, swift fountain; Sept. ᾿Ηναδδά), a city on the border of the tribe of Issachar, mentioned between Engannim and Beth-pazzez (Jos 19:21). Van de Velde (Narrative, 1:315) and Thomson (Land and Book, 2:248) would identify it with Ain-Haud, on the western brow of Carmel, and about two miles from the sea; but this is out of the limits of the tribe of Issachar. Its site is possibly to be sought in that of the modern village Ain-Mahil, not far N.E. of Nazareth (Robinson, Researches, 3:209).
⇒Bible concordance for EN-HADDAH.