Hasenu'ah or rather SENUAH (סנוּאָח, a bristling [Gesen.] or hated [Furst], with the art. הִסּנוּאָה, has-Senuah'), the name of two Benjamites (but the name has the fem. termination).
1. (Sept. Α᾿σανουά, Eng. Vers. "Hasenuah.") Father of Hodaviah and ancestor of Sallu, which last was;. a chief resident of Jerusalem, apparently after the Captivity (1Ch 9:7). B.C. ante 536.
2. (Sept. Α᾿σανά, Eng.Vers. "Senuah.") Father of Judah, which latter was "second over the city," after the return from Babylon (Ne 11:9). B.C. cir. 440.