Manasseh (Hebrew מְנַשֶּׁה, I cause to forget, or Greek Μανασσῆς) is the name of two men in the Bible:
- Manasseh, son of Joseph, born in Egypt. He gave his name to the tribe of Manasseh that descended from him.
- Manasseh King of Judah, who certainly "forgot" God until he was taken prisoner by Esarhaddon for a brief spell.
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