Remali'ah (Heb. Renmalyahu, רמִליָהוּ, protected of Jehovah; Sept. ῾Ραμελίος or ῾Ρομελίος, v. r. ῾Ρομελία), the father of Pekah, king of Israel (2Ki 15:25,27,30, 32, 37; 16:1, 5; 2Ch 28:6), probably a man whose character was such as to make his name a reproach to his descendants (Isa 7:4-5; Isa 8:6). B.C. ante 756. SEE PEKAH.