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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [1]

LAISHAH (  Isaiah 10:30 ). The name of a place connected with Gallim, and mentioned here along with other localities in Benjamin and Judah. If Gallim be Beit Jâla near Bethlehem, Laishah would also be in that neighbourhood.

Holman Bible Dictionary [2]

 Isaiah 10:30Laish

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [3]

la - ı̄´sha , lā´ish - a ( לישׁה , layshāh , the King James Version, Laish ): A place named in   Isaiah 10:30 with Gallim and Anathoth. It should apparently be sought on the North of Jerusalem. Some would identify Gallim with Beit Jāla , near Bethlehem. Conder suggests ‛Îsāwı̄yeh on the eastern slope, to the North-Northeast of the Mount of Olives.

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [4]

(Heb. La'yeshah, לִיְשָׁה , i.e. Laish, with ה paragogic,  Isaiah 10:30). (See Laism), 2.