Na'hath (Hebo Nach'ath, נִחִת, rest. as often), the name of three men.
1. (Sept. Ναχόθ, Ge 36:13; Ναχώθ. ib. 17; Ναχέθ, 1Ch 1:37.) The first named of the four sons of Reuel, the son of Esau, and a prince (A.V. "duke") among the Edomites (Ge 36:13,17). B.C. cir. 1890.
2. (Sept. Καινάθ v.r. Κνάθ, Ναάθ) A Kohathite Levite, son of Zophai or Zuph, and ancestor of Samuel the prophet (1Ch 6:26). B.C. cir. 1280. He is the same with TOAH (1Ch 6:34) and TOHU (1Sa 1:1).
3. (Sept. Ναέθ.) A Levite, appointed by Hezekiah one of the overseers of sacred offerings in the Temple under Cononiah and Shimei (2Ch 31:13). B.C. cir. 725.