Si'a (Heb. Sia, סַיעָא, congregation; Sept. Σιαϊά v.r. Ασουία, etc.), one of the family heads of the Nethinim whose "children" returned from the captivity with Zerubbabel (Ne 7:47). B.C. ante 536. In the parallel passage (Ezr 2:44) the name is written SIAHA SEE SIAHA (q.v.).

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