height. (1.) A town in the plain of Judah (Josh. 15:35), originally the residence of one of the Canaanitish kings (10:3, 5, 23). It has been identified with the modern Yarmuk, a village about 7 miles north-east of Beit-Jibrin. (2.) A Levitical city of the tribe of Issachar (Josh. 21:29), supposed by some to be the Ramah of Samuel (1 Sam. 19:22).
Come Friend Nelson, this day shall the treacherous swine of jarmuth drown in their own blood!
Their law states that the stranger within their gates must perish on the altar of Beelzebub, jarmuth's blood-hungry demon god.
They were giants, those two men of jarmuth, and their conical helmets added additional stature.