Bible Meaning: Delightsomeness, favorable
Strong's Concordance #H8656
Tirzah was the name of one of Zelophehad's daughters. At the time of Moses, she and her sisters argued they should inherit their father's piece of the Promised Land since he had no sons. God ultimately agreed with them and created a new law regarding family inheritance (Numbers 27:1 - 11).
The city of Shechem, after Israel split into two kingdoms in 930 B.C., became the first capital of the northern ten tribes (Kingdom of Israel). Jeroboam (930 - 909 B.C.), the new nation's first ruler, soon moved the capital to Tirzah (1Kings 14:17). The city stayed Israel's headquarters until the reign on Omri (885 - 874) who, six years into his rule, purchased land he named Samaria and moved the nation's capital to it (1Kings 16:24).
It was in Tirzah that Menahem murdered King Shallum in 752 B.C. and became Israel's new ruler.
And Zelophehad the son of Hepher had no sons, but daughters: and the names of the daughters of Zelophehad were Mahlah, and Noah, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah.
Joshua 12:7, 24
And these are the kings of the country which Joshua and the children of Israel smote on this side Jordan on the west . . . The king of Tirzah, one: all the kings thirty and one.
And Jeroboam's wife arose, and departed, and came to Tirzah: and when she came to the threshold of the door, the child died . . .
1Kings 15:21, 33
And it came to pass, when Baasha heard thereof, that he left off building of Ramah, and dwelt in Tirzah . . .
In the third year of Asa king of Judah began Baasha the son of Ahijah to reign over all Israel in Tirzah, twenty and four years.
1Kings 16:17, 23
And Omri went up from Gibbethon, and all Israel with him, and they besieged Tirzah . . .
In the thirty and first year of Asa king of Judah began Omri to reign over Israel, twelve years: six years reigned he in Tirzah.
For Menahem the son of Gadi went up from Tirzah, and came to Samaria, and smote Shallum the son of Jabesh in Samaria, and slew him, and reigned in his stead.