As'patha (Heb. Aspatha', אִספָּתָא, prob. Sanscrit Aspadata, given by a horse, i.e. by Brahmah in the form of a horse [comp. the Persian name Α᾿σπαδάτης or Α᾿σπάδης, Died. Sic. ii, 33]; Sept. Φασγά, etc.), the third of the sons of Hainan slain by the Jews of Babylonia (Es 9:7). B.C. 473.