Hatsi ham-Menuchoth (חֲצַי הִמּנֻחוֹת, Chatsi', etc., midst of the resting-places; Sept. Ε᾿σεὶ Α᾿μμανίθ, Vulg. dimidium requietionum, Eng. Vers. "half of the Manahethites," marg. "half of the Menuchites," or "Hatsiham- Menuchoth"), one of the two sons of Shobal, the "father" of Kirjath-Jearim (1Ch 2:52); whence the patronymic for his descendants, HATSI-HAMMANACHTHITES (חֲצַי חִמָּנִחתַּי, Sept. ᾿ἣμιου τῆς Μανάθ, Vulg. dimidium requietionis, Eng.Vers. "half of the Manahethites," or "half of the Menuchites"), inverse 54. B.C. between 1612 and 1093. SEE MENUCHITE.