HIDDAI (hĭd'ā-ī). One of David’s heroes (2Sam.23.30). The same as Hurai of 1Chr.11.32.
HIDDAI hĭd’ ī (הִדַּ֖י). One of David’s thirty mighty men (2 Sam 23:30). He was an Ephraimite, from the brooks of Gaash. In the parallel list in 1 Chronicles (11:32) he is called “Hurai.”
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
hid’-a-i, hi-da’-i (hidday; Alexandrian Haththai): One of David’s thirty "mighty men" (2Sa 23:30), described as "of the brooks of Gaash." In the parallel list in 1Ch 11:32 the form of the name is "Hurai" (huray).