[many Uthai'] (Heb. Uthay', עוּתִי, helpful), the name of two Hebrews.
1. (Sept. Γνωθί v.r. Γωθί;;Vutlg. Othel.) A person (called "the son of Ammihud"), of the family of Pharez, who resided at Jerusalem after the return from Babylon (1Ch 9:4). B.C. 536. He is usually thought to be identical with ATHAIAH SEE ATHAIAH (q.v.) of the somewhat parallel passage (Ne 11:4); but none of the names in his ancestry (except Pharez) agree.
2. (Sept. Οὐθαϊv v.r. Οὐθί Vulg. Uthai.)' First named of the two "sons of Bigvai," who, returned with seventy males from Babilon with Ezra (Ezr 8:14). B.C. 49.