|Easton's Bible Dictionary|
Possession of the wine-press, the birthplace of the prophet Micah (1:14), who is called the "Morasthite" (Jeremiah 26:18). This place was probably a suburb of Gath.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
mo'-resh-eth-gath, mo-resh'-eth-gath (moresheth gath, "inheritance or possession of Gath"; Septuagint kleronomias Geth): A place mentioned only in Micah 1:14. It must have been in the vicinity of Gath as the meaning of the name would indicate, and was the home of the prophet Micah (Micah 1:1 Jeremiah 26:18). It was probably in the vicinity of Mareshah (Micah 1:15). Jerome, in his preface to his work on Micah, places it a little to the East of Eleutheropolis (Beit Jibrin), and it would be natural to find it there if the latter place was Gath as some think. Robinson (BR, II, 68) found ruins of a village between one and two miles East of Beit Jibrin. It must have been among the foot-hills of Judah between the hill country and the Philistine plain on the route from Jerusalem to Lachish, Gaza and Egypt. Mareshah was certainly in that region, and the prophecy of Micah mentions towns and villages in the Shephelah and the Philistine country as though they were familiar to him (see HGHL and G. A. Smith, "Micah," in his Minor Prophets).
Moresheth-gath (1 Occurrence)
Micah 1:14 Therefore shalt thou give a parting gift to Moresheth-gath: the houses of Achzib shall be a deceitful thing unto the kings of Israel. (See JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS)