Acu'a (rather Acud, Α᾿κοὐδ by erroneous transcription for Α᾿κοὐβ, Acub, 1 Esdras 5:31), the progenitor of one of the families of the temple-servants (ίερόδουλοι. i.e. Nethinim), said to have returned from the captivity (1 Esdras 5:30); evidently the AKKUB SEE AKKUB (q.v.) of the parallel texts (Ezr 2:45, or rather, ver. 42; comp. Ne 7:48, where the name is not found).