Pil'tai (Heb. Piltay', פַּלטִי, my deliverances; Sept. Φελετί), the representative of the priestly house of Moadiah, or Maadiah, in the time of Joiakim, the son of Jeshua; apparently one of the priests who returned to Jerusalem with Nehemiah (Ne 12:17). B.C. 445.

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