(1.) 2 Sam. 9:12 =MICAH (2). (2.) The son of Zabdi, a Levite of the family of Asaph (Neh. 11:17, 22).
One of the manors that he frequented was that of micha Zaleski, a legal and political functionary of some importance in Lithuania.
At last Hans consents but only on condition that Marie shall marry none other than the son of micha's wife.
The latter wants to complete arrangements for the marriage of Marie and Wenzel, the rich son of the peasant micha.
All stand astounded until micha recognizes in Hans his own long missing son by his first marriage.
The first part to be begun was the Claustro da micha, or loaf, so called from the bread distributed there to the poor.