Iz'rahite (Heb. Yizrach', יַזרָח, l only with the art. הִיַּזרָח, the indigenous, prob. by error of transcription for יַזרָחַי, a Yizrachite [but Furst makes it a man's name =Izrahiah], and this again for אֶזרָחַי, Ezrachite; Sept. has Ι᾿εζραέλ v.r. Ι᾿εσραέ; Vulg. Jezerites), a patronymic epithet of Shamhuth, one of David's generals (1Ch 27:8), prob. so called as being descended from Zerah, Judah's son. SEE EZRAHITE.