Ad'di (Α᾿δδί, probably for Heb. Adi', עֲרַי, ornament, as in Ex 33:4, etc.), the name of one or two men.
1. An Israelite, several of whose descendants on returning from Babylon, married heathen women (1 Esdras 9:31); for which the parallel text (Ezr 10:30) has more correctly PAHATH-MOAB SEE PAHATH- MOAB (q.v.).
2. The son of Cosam and father of Melchi (i.e. probably Maaseiah, 2Ch 34:8) in the maternal ancestry of Christ (Lu 3:28). B.C. ante 623.