Pase'ah (Heb. Pase'ach, פָּסֵחִ, lame, Sept. Φεσσή v.r. Βεσσηέ in 1Ch 4:12, Φασή in Ezr 2:49, Φασέκ in Ne 3:6), the name of two men.
1. The second named of three sons of Eshton, among the descendants of Judah (1Ch 4:12), described as "the men of Rechah," which in the.Targum of R. Joseph is rendered "the men of the great Sanhedrim." B.C. post 1618.
2. The head of a family among the Nethinim who returned with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:49; "Phaseah" in Ne 7:51). Jehoiada, a member of the family, assisted in rebuilding the old gate of the city under Nehemiah (Ne 3:6). B.C. ante 446.