Ha'gia (Α᾿γία or Α᾿γιά, Vulg. Aggia), given in the Apocrypha (1 Esd. 5, 34) as the name of one of the "servants of Solomon" whose "sons" returned to Jerusalem after the exile; instead of HATTIL SEE HATTIL (q.v.) of the Heb. text (Ezr 2:57; Ne 7:59).

Bible concordance for HAGGAI.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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