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HATIPHA (ha-ti'fa, Heb. hătîphā’, meaning uncertain). Head of a family of temple servants (kjv Nethinim) who returned from exile under Zerubbabel (Ezra.2.54; Neh.7.56).

HATIPHA hə tī’ fə (חֲטִיפָֽא). Eponym of a family of Temple servants who returned from the Captivity (Ezra 2:54; Neh 7:56; 1 Esd 5:32, KJV, ASV “Atipha”).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

ha-ti’-fa, hat’-i-fa (chaTipha’, "taken," "captive" (?)): The ancestral head of a family of Nethinim that returned from Babylon (Ezr 2:54; Ne 7:56 = "Atipha," 1Esdras 5:32).