Jehub'bah (Heb. Yechubbah', יהֻבָּה, for which the margin has וחֻבָּה, ve-Chubbah', i.e. and Hubbah, as if the proper form were חֻבָּה, Chubbah', i.e. hidden; Sept. Ο᾿βά v.r. Ι᾿αβά,, Vulg. Haba), one of the sons of Shamer, or Shomer, of the tribe of Asher (1Ch 7:34). B.C. perhaps cir. 1618.