Smith's Bible Dictionary
Kib'roth-hatta-avah. Kib'roth-hatta-avah, that is, as in the margin, the graves of lust, a station of the Israelites in the wilderness, where, growing tired of manna and desiring flesh, they murmured, and God sent them quails in great abundance, but smote great numbers of them with a plague and they died. It is about three days journey from Sinai, and near the Gulf of Akabah and the Wady el Hudherah (Hazeroth).
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Smith, William, Dr. Entry for 'Kibroth-hatta-avah'. Smith's Bible Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/sbd/k/kibroth-hatta-avah.html. 1901.