|Easton's Bible Dictionary|
Camel-house, a city in the "plain country" of Moab denounced by the prophet (Jeremiah 48:23); probably the modern Um-el-Jemal, near Bozrah, one of the deserted cities of the Hauran.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
beth-ga'-mul (beth gamul; oikos Gaimol; Codex Sinaiticus, Gamola): A city in Moab named with Dibon, Kiriathaim and Beth-meon (Jeremiah 48:23). Conder places it at Umm el-Jamal, toward East of the plateau, S. of Medeba (HDB, under the word). Others (Guthe, Kurz. bib. Worterbuch, under the word; Buhl, GAP, 268, etc.) favor Jemeil, a site 6 miles East of Dhiban. Since the town is not mentioned among the cities of Israel Buhl doubts if it should be sought North of the Arnon.
Bethgamul (1 Occurrence)
Jeremiah 48:23 And upon Kiriathaim, and upon Bethgamul, and upon Bethmeon, (KJV)