E'anes (Μάνης,Vulg. Esses, Syr. Mani), a name given (1 Esdr. 9:21) as that of a third son of Emmer (Immer); apparently in place of Harim, and his first two sons Maaseiah and Elijah of the Hebrews list (Ezr 10:21). Fritzsche suggests (Exeg. Handb. in loc.) that καὶ Μάνης is a mistranslation of the וּמַבּנֵי, "and of the sons of," of the Hebrews text, the three names following having been omitted by the Greek translator.