Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary 
We read of Zophar the Naamathite, Job 2:11. The word is derived from the same root as Naaman, and of the same meaning, beautiful. And perhaps he came from Naamah, a city of Judah. (See Joshua 15:41) But there is no authority to form this conclusion.
Morrish Bible Dictionary 
Designation of Zophar, one of Job's friends. Job 2:11; Job 11:1; Job 20:1; Job 42:9 . The origin of the name is unknown.
Holman Bible Dictionary 
Job 2:11 Job 11:1 Job 20:1 Job 42:9
Fausset's Bible Dictionary 
Zophar the Naamathite ( Job 2:11; Job 11:1). From some Arabic place. Fretelius says there was a Naamath in Uz.
Easton's Bible Dictionary 
Job 2:11 11:1
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible 
NAAMATHITE. See Naamah, 3 .
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia 
nā ´- a - ma - thı̄t , nā́ - am ´- a - thı̄t ( נעמתי , na‛ămāthı̄ , "a dweller in Naaman"; ὁ ρ Ο2 Μπ ( ε ) ιναίων βασιλεύς , ho M ( e ) inaı́ōn basileús ): The description of Zophar, one of Job's friends ( Job 2:11; Job 11:1; Job 20:1 , etc.). Naamah is too common a place-name to permit of the identification of Zophar's home; the Septuagint renders it as "king of the Minaeans."
- Naamathite from Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary
- Naamathite from Morrish Bible Dictionary
- Naamathite from Holman Bible Dictionary
- Naamathite from Fausset's Bible Dictionary
- Naamathite from Easton's Bible Dictionary
- Naamathite from Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
- Naamathite from International Standard Bible Encyclopedia