Menluchah (Hebrews Menuchah', מנוּחָה , rest, as often) appears in the marg. of the A. V. at Jg 20:43 (Sept. [Vat.] ἀπὸ Νουά, Vulg. and A. V. "with ease," as if מַנּוּחָה), and Jer 51:59 (Sept. δώρων, Vulg. prophetice, AV. "quiet"). The Sept. likewise, in the remarkable list of additional towns in Judah (Jos 15:59), seems to make mention of it (Μανοχώ). Furst (Hebrews Lex. s.v.) thinks it the place in Benjamin called Manochath (1Ch 8:6) or Hatsi-ham-Menuchoth (1Ch 2:54). But all this is doubtful, and the word is rather an appellative. SEE MENUCHITE.