Nehemiah may refer to:
- Nehemiah, a biblical figure
- Book of Nehemiah, a book of the Bible
- Rabbi Nehemiah, a Rabbi who lived circa 150 C.E.
- Renaldo Nehemiah (born 1959), American athlete
- Skip James (1902–1969), American blues musician, born Nehemiah Curtis James
- Nehemiah Corporation of America, a non-profit organization helping low income home buyers
- VIA Nehemeia, a VIA C3 CPU revision produced by VIA Technologies
- Nehemiah Grew (1641–1712), British plant physiologist
- Nehemiah Perry, West Indian cricketer
- Nehemiah Scudder, the fictional antagonist in Robert A. Heinlein's short novel If This Goes On—
- Nehemiah, a metalcore band
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- Nehemiah, a biblical figure
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