Admatha

Ad'matha (Heb. Admatha', אִדמָתָא, prob. from Persic thma, "the Highest," and ta-data, "given;" i. q. Theodore; Sept. Α᾿δμαθά, but most copies omit; Vulg. Admatha), the third named of the seven princes or courtiers of Xerxes (Es 1:14), B.C. 483.

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