Shu'thelah (Heb. Shuthe'lach, שׁוּתֶלִח, perhaps noise of breaking [Gesenius], or setting [i.e. son] of Shelach [Furst], or fresh plant [Muhlau]; Sept. in Numbers Σουθαλά or Σουταλά v.r. Θουσαλά or Θωσουσαλά, in Chronicles Σωθαλά v.r. Σωθαλέ and Σωθαλάθ), the name of two Ephraimites.
1. First named of the three sons of Ephraim, but not father of Eran (Nu 26:35-36), though whom he became the progenitor of a family that bore both their names (1Ch 7:20). B.C. post 1856 and ante 1802. SEE BERED.
2. A descendant of the preceding, being the son of Zabad and the father of Ezer and Elead (1Ch 7:21). B.C. apparently post 1618.