Zobe'bah (Heb. with the article, hats-Tsobebah', הִצֹּבֵבָה, the slow [Gesenius] or affable [Fürst]; Sept. Σωβηβά v.r. Σαβαθά; Vulg. Sobeba), last named of the two sons (or perhaps a daughter, as the word is feminine) of Coz (q.v.) of the tribe of Judah (1Ch 4:8). B.C. post 1618, Rabbi Schwarz regards it as the name of a town, "the village Beth-zaphapha two and a half English miles south of Jerusalem" (Palest. p. 116).