Sha'aph (Heb. id. שִׁעִŠ; Gesenius division, but Furst union; Sept. Σαγάφ, v.r. Σαγαέ, Σέφ, Σαάφ), the name of two men.

1. Last named of six sons of Jahdai, of the tribe of Judah (1Ch 2:47). B.C. prob. post 1612.

2. Third named of four sons of Maachah, concubine of Caleb, of the tribe of Judah; he was the "fathers" (i.e. founder) of Madmannah (1Ch 2:49). B.C. post 1612.

Bible concordance for SHAAPH.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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