Bil'gah (Heb. Bilgah', בַּלגָּה, prob. cheerful, but according to First, First-born; Sept. Βελγάς and Βαλγάς), the name of two priests.
1. The head of the fifteenth sacerdotal course for the temple service, as arranged by David (1Ch 24:14). B.C. 1043.
2. A priest who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel and Jeshua (Ne 12:5,18), B.C. 536; perhaps the same as the BILGAI of Ne 10:8.