Sud

SUD, SUA sud, su’ a (Σούδ, Σουά). KJV Apoc. SUD. One of the families of Temple servants or Nethinim returned from the Exile in the contingent led by Zerubbabel (1 Esd 5:29). The same list is recorded in Ezra and Nehemiah where the name appears as Siaha (Ezra 2:44) and Sia (Neh 7:47). The duty of the Nethinim was to relieve the Levites of the more menial tasks associated with the Temple. In the contingent led by Zerubbabel 392 Nethinim returned.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

sud: The King James Version = the Revised Version (British and American) SUA (which see).