Ju'shab-he'sed (Hebrew Yushab'-Che'sed, חֶסֶד יוּשִׁב, returner of kindness; Sept. Α᾿σοβαέσδ v.r. Α᾿σοβέθ; Vulg. Josabhesed), the last named of the sons of Pedaiah, of the royal line of Judah (1Ch 2:20; see Strong's Harm. and Expos. of the Gospels, p. 17, where it is shown that this is not a son of Zerubbabel, as appears in the text, which, immediately adds that these sons were in all five, either meaning merely those enumerated in the same verse, or requiring one of these [prob. the one in question, since it lacks the distinctive connecting particle ו, "and"] to be regarded as another name for the preceding, inasmuch as at least six sons would otherwise be enumerated. See ver. 19). B.C. cir. 536.