KIRIATH-ARBA (Kirʹi·ath-arʹba) [city of Arba]. The ancient name for the city of Hebron. The name was even used after the Babylonian exile. (Neh. 11:25) This city, as its name suggests, appears to have been founded by Arba, “the great man among the Anakim.”—Josh. 14:15; see HEBRON No. 3.