Ra'ham (Heb. Rach'am, רִחִם, belly; Sept. 'Paest), the son of Shema and father of Jorkoam, in the genealogy of the descendants of Caleb the son of Hezron, of the tribe of Judah (1Ch 2:44). B.C. post 1600. Rashi and the author of the Quaest. in Paral., attributed to Jerome, regard Jorkoam as a place, of which Raham was founder and prince.