[some Sena'ah] (Heb. Senaah', סנָאָה, thorny; Sept. Σεναά, Σανανά, Σαανά,'etc.), the name of a man (B.C. ante 445) whose descendants, or (more probably), if a town (but none like it is elsewhere mentioned), whose inhabitants (given in various numbers, all apparently exaggerated by erroneous transcription) returned from Babylon (Ezr 2:35; Ne 7:38) and rebuilt the Fish gate at Jerusalem (Ne 3:3, Heb. with the art. has-Senaah'; Sept. Α᾿σαναά; A.V. "Hassenaah").