Seah (סֵאה, seah, from the obsolete סאָה, saah, to 'expand), a Hebrew measure, properly for grain (A.V. always "measure;" Ge 18:6; 1Sa 25:18; 1Ki 18:32; 2Ki 7:1,16,18); containing, according to the rabbins, the third of an ephab, i.e. nearly one and a half pecks English; according to Jerome (On Matthew 13:33), a modius and a half. From the Aramaean form has sprung the σάτον of the Sept., New Test., and Josephus. SEE METROLOGY,

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