Gi'ah (Heb. Gi'acl, גִּיחִ, a breaking forth sc. of a fountain; Sept. Γιέ v.r. Γαί, Vulg. simply vallis), a place (probably marked by a spring) opposite the hill Ammah, on the road to the "wilderness (east?) of Gibeon," where Joab and Abishai ceased at sun-down from the pursuit of Abner after the death of Asahel (1Sa 2:24). It is perhaps identical with the " pool" mentioned in verse 13, although in that case the parties must have become far separated in the rout, since they would thus have returned to the spot where the battle began. SEE GIBEON.