Mag'piash (Heb. Magpiash', מִגפַּיעָשׁ, perhaps for מִגּפַיעָשׁ, moth-killer; Sept. Μαγαφής v. r. Μεγαφής, Vulg. Megphias), one of the chief Israelites who joined. in the sacred covenant instituted on the return from Babylon (Ne 10:20). B.C. cir. 410. Some suppose the name, however, to be the same as MAGBISH SEE MAGBISH (q.v.) of Ezr 2:30.