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Fausset's Bible Dictionary [1]

Of the sons of Bani. Put away his foreign wife ( Ezra 10:29).

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [2]

(Heb. Ramoth', רָמוֹת [but רָאמוֹת in  Deuteronomy 4:43;  Joshua 20:8;  1 Chronicles 6:73;  1 Chronicles 6:80], Heights, plur. of Ramah [q.v.]; Sept. usually ῾Ραμώθ ) , but ῾Ρημώθ in  Ezra 10:29 , ῾Ραμμώθ in  2 Chronicles 18:2-3;  2 Chronicles 18:5, etc.), the name of three towns in Palestine, and also of one man.

1. (Sept. ῾Ραμώθ . ) One of the four Levitical cities of Issachar according to the catalogue in  1 Chronicles 6:73. In the parallel list in  Joshua 21:28-29, among other variations, JARIMUTH (See Jarimuth) (q.v.) appears in place of Ramoth. It seems impossible to decide which is the correct reading; or whether, again, REMETH (See Remeth) (q.v.), a town of Issachar, is distinct from them, or one and the same.

2. A city in the tribe of Gad ( Deuteronomy 4:43;  Joshua 20:8;  Joshua 21:38;  1 Chronicles 6:80), elsewhere called RAMOTH-GILEAD (See Ramoth-Gilead) (q.v.).

3. (Sept. ῾Ραμᾶ . ) A city in the tribe of Simeon ("South Ramoth,"  1 Samuel 30:27). (See Ramath-Negeb).

4. (Heb. text Yirmoth', יַרְמוֹת , marg. Ve-Ramoth', וְרָמוֹת , and Ramoth; Sept. Ρημώθ v. r. Μημών .) An Israelitish layman of the sons of Bani, who renounced his strange wife at Ezra's instigation ( Ezra 10:29). B.C. 458.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [3]

rā´moth ( רמות , rāmōth , Ḳerē for yerēmōth (  Ezra 10:29 the King James Version); the Revised Version margin Kethı̄bh makes the name similar to those in  Ezra 10:26 ,  Ezra 10:27 ): One of the offenders in the matter of foreign marriages. The English Revised Version and the American Standard Revised Version, adopting Kethı̄bh , read Jeremoth (which see).