Ad'na (Heb. Adna', עדנָא, pleasure; Sept. Ε᾿δνέ, but in Nehemiah Μαννάς), the name apparently of two men.
1. A chief-priest, son of Harim, and contemporary with Joiakim (Ne 12:15), B.C. cir. 500.
2. An Israelite of the sons (i.e. inhabitants) of Pahath-moab, who divorced the Gentile wife married by him after the captivity (Ezr 10:30), B.C. 459.