Mehi'da (Hebrews Mechida', מחַידָא, prob. joining; Sept. in Ezra Μεϊδά v. r. Μαουδά, in Nehemiah Μεειδά v. r. Μιδά; Vulg. Mahida), a name given in Ezr 2:52; Ne 7:54, apparently as that of a person whose descendants (or possibly a place whose inhabitants) were among the Nethinim of the "children" (i.e. probably residents) of Bazlith, after the exile. BC. ante 536.