Sen’a-ah (thorny). The “children (i.e., the inhabitants) of Senaah” are enumerated among the “people of Israel” who returned from the captivity with Zerubbabel. Ezra 2:35; Neh. 7:38. (b.c. 536.) The Magdal Senna of Eusebius and Jerome denotes a town seven miles north of Jericho (“Senna”).