Uz'za (Heb. Uzza', עֻזּא, strength), the name of three Hebrews. SEE UZZAH.
1. (Sept. Α᾿ζά;-Vulg. Oza.) First named of the two sons of Ehud the Benjamite, born to him after the removal of his former children (1Ch 8:7). B.C. ante 1612. SEE SHAHARAIM.
2. (Sept. Ο᾿ζά; Vulg. Aza.) Apparently the proprietor of a garden in which Manasseh and Amon were buried (2Ki 21:18,26). B.C. ante 642. See below.
3. (Sept. Α᾿ζά v. . Α᾿ζώ, Α᾿ζί, etc.; Vulg. Aza.) The head of a family of Nethinim who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Ezra 3 49; Ne 7:51). B.C. ante 536.