Ishi'ah (Hebrew Yishshiyah', יַשַּׁיָּה, once יַשַּׁיָּהוּ, 1Ch 12:6; lent by Jehovah), the name of several men, differently Anglicized.

1. (Sept. Ι᾿εσία, Vulg. Jesia, Author. Vers. "Isshiah.") The fifth son of Uzzi (grandson of Issachar), a valiant chieftain of his tribe (1Ch 7:3). B.C. cir. 1618; but in ver. 2 he is apparently made nearly contemporary with David. See Uzzi.

2. (Sept. Ι᾿εσσιά v.r. Ι᾿σιά, Ι᾿σία; Vulg. Jesia; Auth. Vers. "Jesiah," "Isshiah.") The second son of Uzziel (grandson of Levi), and father of Zechariah (1Ch 23:20; 1Ch 24:25). B.C. cir. 1618; although the context seems to place this one also in the time of David.

Bible concordance for ISHIAH.

3. (Sept. Ι᾿εσία, Vulg. Jesias, Auth. Vers. "Isshiah.") The first of the sons of Rehabiah, and great-grandson of Moses (1Ch 24:21; compare 23:17; 26:25, where he is called JESHAIAH). B.C. post 1618. SEE REHABTAH.

4. (Sept. Ι᾿εσσία, Vulg. Jesia, Author. Vers. "Jesiah.") A Korhite, and one of the braves that joined David at Ziklag (1Ch 12:6). B.C. 1055.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

5. (Sept. Ι᾿εσσία, Vulg. Josute, Auth. Vers. "Ishijah.") One of the "sons" of Harim, who renounced his Gentile wife after the captivity (Ezr 10:31). B.C. 459.

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