Re'chah (Heb. Reklah', רֵכָה, hindermost; Sept. ῾Ρηχάβ v. r. ῾Ρηφά). In 1Ch 4:12, Beth-rapha, Paseah, and Tehinnah the father, or founder, of Ir-nahash, are said to have been "the men of Rechah." In the Targum of R. Joseph they are called "the men of the Great Sanhedrin," the Targumist apparently reading , רִבָּה Schwarz regards it as the name of a place inhabited by the posterity of Judah, and identifies it with "a village Rashsih, three English miles to the south of Hebron" (Palest. p 116).