|ZIZA - |
zi'-za (ziza', probably a childish reduplicated abbreviation or a term of endearment (Curtis, Chron., 369, quoting Noldeke in EB, III 3294)):
(1) A Simeonite chief (1 Chronicles 4:37).
(2) A son of King Rehoboam, his mother being a daughter or grand-daughter of Absalom (2 Chronicles 11:20).
(3) A probable reading for ZIZAH (which see).