Je'theth (Heb. Yetheth', יתֵת, prob. a peg, or fig. a prince; Sept. Ι᾿εθέθ and Ι᾿εθέρ, the last apparently from falsely reading יֶתֶר; Vulg. Jetheth), the third named of the petty Edomitish sheiks in Mount Seir (Ge 36:40; 1Ch 1:51). B.C. ante 1658. SEE ESAU. As to identification, El-Wetideh is a place in Nejd, said to be in the Dahna, SEE ISHBAK; there is also a place called El- Wetid, and El- Wetidat, which is the name of mountains belonging to Bene Abd-Allah Ibn-Ghatfin (Marasid. s.v.) (Smith). SEE ARABIA.