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Shemaiah, a name which in Hebrew (שמעיה SheMa`YaH) means "God Heard", may refer to:
- Shmaya, a rabbinic sage who was leader of the Pharisees in the 1st century BC
- Any of several people in the Bible/Christian Old Testament - see List of people in the Hebrew Bible called Shemaiah
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