Holman Bible Dictionary
(hass ssih nay' uh) Personal or place name perhaps meaning, “the hated one.” Apparently the same name without h, the Hebrew definite article, appears as Senaah. A clan who returned with Zerubbabel from Babylonian Exile about 537 B.C. (Ezra 2:35 ). Members of the clan helped Nehemiah rebuild the fish gate of the Jerusalem wall (Nehemiah 3:3 ).
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
HASSENAAH . His sons built the Fish-gate ( Nehemiah 3:6 ). Their name, which is prob. the same as Hassenuah , seems to be derived from some place Senaah (cf. Ezra 2:35 , Nehemiah 7:38 ). See Senaah.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
, the Children of
Nehemiah 3:3. Senaah with the article, ha- . (Nehemiah 7:38). Compare the kindred name of a cliff, Seneh (1 Samuel 14:4).
Morrish Bible Dictionary
One whose sons built the fish gate at Jerusalem. Nehemiah 3:3 . Probably the same as SENAAH in Nehemiah 7:38 and Ezra 2:35 , the article being added in Nehemiah 3:3 .
Senaah - See Hassenaah
Hassena'ah - The Bene-Hassenaah rebuilt the fish-gate in the repair of the wall of Jerusalem
Hassenaah - Hassenaah
Senaah - The children of Senaah, or more correctly Hassenaah , were a clan or family who, according to Ezra 2:35 , Nehemiah 7:38 , 1Es 5:23 [ Sanaas ], were among the exiles of the first Restoration under Zerub
Nehemiah - 'I will take the fish gate,' said Hassenaah