ELIATHAH (ē-lī'a-tha). A son of Heman and a musician in David’s reign (1Chr.25.4, 1Chr.25.27).

ELIATHAH ĭ lī’ ə thə (אֱלִיאָ֤תָה, LXX ̓Ηλιαθα, God comes). One of the sons of Heman, the king’s seer, who was set apart for the Temple service. Under the direction of their father they participated in Temple service with cymbals, harps, and lyres (1 Chron 25:4). The assignment of duty was done by lot. The twentieth lot fell to Eliathah, his sons and his brothers (25:27).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

(’eli’-athah, "God has come"):

A Hemanite, head of the twentieth division of the temple musicians (1Ch 25:4,27).