At'tai (Hebrews Attay, עִתִּי, perhaps opportune, comp Ittai), the name of three men.
1. (Sept. Ι᾿εθθεί v. r. Ε᾿θί.) A son of the daughter of Sheshan (of the tribe of Judah) by his Egyptian servant Jarha, and the father of Nathan (1Ch 2:35-36). B.C. prob. ante 1658.
2. (Sept. Ε᾿θθεί v. r. Ι᾿εθί.) The sixth of David's mighty men from the tribe of Gad during his freebooter's life in the desert of Judaea (1Ch 12:11). B.C. cir. 1061.
3. (Sept. Ι᾿εθθί v. r. Ι᾿ετθί.) The second of the four sons of King Rehoboam, by his second and favorite wife Maachah, the daughter of Absalom (2Ch 11:20). B.C. post 972.