Ha'shub (Heb. Chashshub', חִשּׁוּב, intelligent; Sept Α᾿σούβ, in Ne 11:15 Α᾿σσούβ, in 1Ch 9:14 Α᾿σώβ Vulg. Hasub, in 1Ch 9:14 Hassub), the name of two or three men about the time of the return front Babylon.
1. A Levite of the family of Merari, son of Azrikam, and father of Shemaiah, which last was one of those resident in the "villages of the Netophathites," and having general oversight over the Temple (Ne 11:15; 1Ch 9:14, in which latter passage the name is. more accurately Anglicized "Hasshub"). B.C. ante 440.
2. A person who repaired part of the walls of Jerusalem opposite his house (Ne 3:21); perhaps the same with the foregoing. B.C. 446.
3. "Son" of Pahath-Moab, and one of those who re-paired part of the walls of Jerusalem (Ne 3:11). B.C. 446. He is probably the same with one of the chief' Israelites who joined-in the sacred covenant o' Nehemiah (Ne 10:23) B.C. cir. 410.