SMITH: PILTAI, OR PILTAI
In Bible versions:Piltai: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a priest and head of the house of Ginnethon and Meshullam (Miniamin and Moadiah families NIV)
Strongs #06408: yjlp PiltayPiltai = "my deliverances"
1) a priest, representative of the priestly house of Moadiah; an
exile who returned with Zerubbabel
6408 Piltay pil-tah'-eefor 6407; Piltai, an Israelite:-Piltai.
see HEBREW for 06407
Piltai [NAVE]PILTAI, a priest who returned to Jerusalem from captivity in Babylon, Neh. 12:17.
PILTAI, OR PILTAI [SMITH](my deliverances), the representative of the priestly house of Moadiah or Maadiah, in the time of Joiakim the son of Jeshua. (Nehemiah 12:17) (B.C. 445.)
PILTAI [ISBE]PILTAI - pil'-ti, pil-ta'-i (pilTay, probably "Yahweh delivers"): One of the priests, described as "the chiefs of the fathers," in the days of Joiakim (Neh 12:17).