Abag'tha (Heb. Abagtha', אֲבִגתָא, prob. Persian [ SEE BIGTHA , SEE BIGTHAN , SEE BIGTHANA , SEE BAGOAS ], and, according to Bohlen, from the Sanscrit bagadata, 'fortune-given; Sept. Α᾿αταζά), one of the seven chief eunuchs in the palace of Xerxes, who were commanded to bring in Vashti (Es 1:10), B.C. 483.

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