Easton's Bible Dictionary
Vineyard of noble vines, a place in Idumea, the native place of Samlah, one of the Edomitish kings (Genesis 36:36 ; 1 Chronicles 1:47 ).
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
("vineyard".) The Edomite king Samlah's country (Genesis 36:36), where the excellent "vine", soreq , abounded. Burckhardt found extensive vineyards in the region of the Idumean mountains N. of Petra along the hadj route, made by the Refaya tribe for supplying Gaza and the Mecca pilgrims.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
MASREKAH. Mentioned as the home of an Edomite king, Samlah ( Genesis 36:36 = 1 Chronicles 1:47 ). The locality has not been identified.
Holman Bible Dictionary
(mass rih' kuh) Place name perhaps meaning, “vineyard.” City in Edom whose king ruled the Edomites in the period before Israel had kings (Genesis 36:36 ; 1 Chronicles 1:47 ). The site is perhaps Jebel el-Mushraq about twenty miles south-southwest of Ma'an. Eusebius (around A.D. 300) located Masrekah in Gabalene in northern Edom.
The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary
A duke of Edom, Genesis 36:36 from Sharah, whistling.
Morrish Bible Dictionary
City or place of Samlah, an ancient king of Edom. Genesis 36:36 ; 1 Chronicles 1:47 . Not identified.