Haz'ar ad'dar (Heb.' Chatsar'-Addar', אִדָּר חֲצִר, village of Addar; Sept. ἔπαυλις Α᾿ράδ, v.r. Α᾿δδαρά and Σάραδα), a place on the southern boundary of Palestine, between Kadesh-Barnea and Azmon (Nu 34:4); elsewhere called simply ADAR (Jos 15:3). SEE HAZERIM. It probably lay in the desert west of Kadesh-Barnea (q.v.), perhaps at the junction of wadys El-Fukreh and El-Madurah, east of I Jebel Madurah. SEE TRIBE. Rev. J. Rowlands thought he discovered both this locality and that of the adjoining Azmon in the fountains which he calls Adeirat and Aseimet, west of wady el-Arish (Williams, Holy City, 1, 467); but the names are more correctly Kudeirat and Kusaimet, and the locality is too far west.