Shu'a, the name of a Hebrew and a Hebrewess, which appears in different forms in the original.
1. (Heb. Shu'a, שׁוּעִ, wealth, or a cry for help, or an oath; Sept. Σαύα or Σαυά v.r. Σουέ.) A Canaanite of Adullam, whose daughter (hence named only as Bathshua in the original) was Judah's wife, and the mother of his first three children (Ge 38:2,12 [in both passages the A.V. has incorrectly "Shuah"]; 1Ch 1:32). B.C. ante 1895.
2. (Heb. Shua', שׁוּעָא, id.; Sept. Σωλά.) Daughter of Heber, a grandson of Asher, whose three sons are likewise enumerated (1Ch 7:32). B.C. post 1874.