A'rah (Heb. Arach', אָרִח, prob. for אָרֵחִ wayfaring), the name of two men.
1. (Sept. Ο᾿ρέχ.) The first named of the three sons of Ulla of the tribe of Asher (1Ch 7:39). B.C. apparently 1017.
2. (Sept. Α᾿ρές, ᾿Ηρά) An Israelite whose posterity (variously stated as 775 and 652 in number) returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:5; Ne 7:10). B.C. ante 536. He is probably the same with the Arab (Sept. ᾿Ηραέ) whose son Shechaniah was father-in-law of Tobiah (Ne 6:18).