Kar'kaa or, rather, KAR'KA (Hebrew Karka', קִרקִע, afloor, as in Nu 5:17, etc.; with art. and ה directive in pause, הִקִּרק עָה, hak-Karka'd; Sept. Α᾿κκαρκά v. r. τὴν κατὰ δυσμὰς Κάδης; Vulg. Carcaa y, r. Cariatha), a place situated at a bend in the southern boundary of Judah (i.e. Simeon or Palestine), between Adar and Azmon (Jos 15:3); probably about midway between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean, perhaps near the well marked as Bir Abu-Atreibd on Zimmermann's map. SEE TRIBE.