Gis'pa (Heb. Gishpa', גַּשׁפָּא, flattery or hearkening; Sept. Γεσφάς, Vulg. Gaspha), one of the two overseers of the Nethinim in Ophel at Jerusalem, after the captivity (Ne 11:21); but whether he was himself also of that class is not stated, although this is probable from the fact that his associate Ziba was (Ezr 2:43). B.C. 446.