She'shai (Heb. Sheshay', שֵׁשִׁי, schitish [Gesen.] or noble [Furst]; Sept. Σεσσί, v.r. Σουί, Σουσαί, Σεμεί, etc.), the second named of the three sons of Anak who dwelt in Hebron, (Nu 13:22), and were driven thence and slain by Caleb at the head of the children of Judah (Jos 15:14; Jg 1:10). B.C. 1612.