Siph'moth (Heb. Siphmoth', שַׂפַמוֹת, fruitful [Furst]; Sept. Σαφεί v.r. Σαφαμώς; Vulg. Sephamoth), one of the places in the south of Judah which David frequented during his freebooting life, and to his friends in which he sent a portion of the spoil taken from the Anmalekites (1Sa 30:28). It is not named by Eusebius or Jerome. It is perhaps the present ruined site Kasi es-Sir in a wady of the same name not far southeast of Arair, or Aroer (Palmer, Desert of the Exodus, p. 341).