Be'zai (Heb. Betsay', בֵּצָי, probably the same name as BESAI; Sept. Βασσού, Βασί, and Βησεί, v. r. Βασσής, Βεσεϊv, and Βησί), the head of one of the families who returned from the Babylonian captivity to the number of 324, including himself (Ezr 2:17; Ne 7:23). B.C. 536. He was perhaps one of those that sealed the covenant (Ne 10:18). B.C. 410.