Holman Bible Dictionary
(behth-ee' zehl) Proper name meaning, “house of the leader” or “house at the side.” City Micah used in a wordplay to announce judgment on Judah about 701 B.C. All support would be taken away from the house of the leader or the house beside (Micah 1:11 ). The location may be deir el-Asal two miles east of tell beit Mirsim, but this is uncertain.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
BETH-EZEL ( Micah 1:11 ). Perhaps ‘place near,’ see AVm [Note: Authorized Version margin.] : mentioned with Zaanan and Shaphir. It seems to have been a place in the Philistine plain, but the site is unknown. According to some it is = Azel of Zechariah 14:5 .