ATHLAI (ăth'la-ī). A man of Israel who in the days of Ezra (c. 456 b.c.) divorced his foreign wife (Ezra.10.28).

ATHLAI ăth’ lī (עַתְלָֽי). A Jew living in the time of Ezra who was one of those who put away their foreign wives (Ezra 10:28; called EMATHIS in 1 Esd 9:29 [KJV AMATHEIS, ASV EMATHEIS]).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

`athlay, ("afflicted?"): A Jew, the son of Bebai, who was influenced by Ezra to put away his wife (Ezr 10:28).