She'va (Heb. text Sheya', שׁיָא, margin Sheva', שוָא in Samuel), the name of two Hebrews.
1. (Sept. Σαού v.r. Σαούλ; Vulg. Sue.) Last named of ine four sons of Caleb ben-Hezron by his concubine Maachah. He was the "father, " i.e. founder or chief, of. Machbena and Gibea (1Ch 2:49). B.C. cir. 1612.
2. (Sept. Σουσά v.r. Ισο υς.) The scribe or royal secretary of David (2Sa 20:25); elsewhere called Seraiah (2Sa 7:17), Shisha (1Ki 4:3), and Shavsha (1Ch 16:18).