|Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia|
biz-yo-thi'-a, biz-joth'-ja (bizyotheyah; Septuagint hai komai auton, literally "their villages"; the King James Version Bizjothjah, "place of Jah's olives" (Young), or "contempt of Jah" (Strong)): According to Massoretic Text, a town in the south of Judah, near Beersheba (Joshua 15:28). Septuagint reads "and her daughters," only one consonant of Massoretic Text being read differently; and so We, Hollenberg, Di and others The Septuagint has probably preserved the original text (compare Nehemiah 11:27).
Biziothiah (1 Occurrence)
Joshua 15:28 Hazar Shual, Beersheba, Biziothiah, (WEB JPS ASV BBE DBY NAS NIV)