Ris'sah (Heb. Rissah', רַסָּה, a ruin; Sept. ῾Ρεσσά v.r. ῾Ρεσσάν and Δεσσά), the twentieth station of the Hebrews in the desert (Nu 33:21-22). It lies, as there given, between Libnah and Kehelathah, and has been considered identical with Rasa in the Peuting. Itiner., thirty-two Roman miles from Ailah (Elah), and 203 miles south of Jerusalem, distinct, however, from the ῾Ρῆσσα of Josephus (Ant. 14, 15, 2). SEE EXODE.