Zi'za Heb. Ziza', זַיזַא, abundance [Gesen.] or shining [Furst]; Sept. Ζιζά or Ζουζά), the name of two men. SEE ZIZA.
1. Third named of the four obis of Rehoboam by Maachall the granddaughter of Absalom (2Ch 11:20). B.C. post 973.
2. Son of Seiphisad one of the chiefs of the Simeonites, who in the reign of Ilezekiah made a raid upon the peaceable Hamite shepherds of Gedor and smote them, "because there was pasture there for their flocks" (1Ch 4:37). B.C. cir. 725.