|Easton's Bible Dictionary|
House of two cakes of figs, a city of Moab, upon which Jeremiah (48:22) denounced destruction. It is called also Almon-diblathaim (Numbers 33:46) and Diblath (Ezek. 6:14). (R.V., "Diblah.")
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
beth-dib-la-tha'-im (beth dibhlathayim; oikos Deblaithaim, literally, "house of Diblathaim"): A town in Moab mentioned with Dibon and Nebo (Jeremiah 48:22). It is probably identical with Almondiblathaim (Numbers 33:46 f). Mesha claims to have fortified it along with Mehedeba and Ba`al-me`on (see MOABITE STONE). The place is not yet identified.
Bethdiblathaim (1 Occurrence)
Jeremiah 48:22 And upon Dibon, and upon Nebo, and upon Bethdiblathaim, (KJV)