Sal'lai (Heb. סִלִּי, Sallay', perhaps lifted up, from סָלִל, salal; or basket-maker; Sept. Σηλεί, Σαλαϊv, v.r. Σηλί), the name of two Hebrews.
1. One of the leaders of the sons of Benjamin, who settled at Jerusalem with 928 tribesmen on the return from captivity (Ne 11:8), B.C. cir. 459.
2. One of the chiefs of the priests who returned to Jerusalem with Zerubbabel (Ne 12:20), B.C. cir. 459. He is elsewhere (Ne 12:7) called SALLU (q.v.).