SOTAI (sō'tī, Heb. sōtay). One of the servants of Solomon who returned from captivity under Zerubbabel (Ezra.2.55; Neh.7.57). SOTAI sō’ tī (סֹטַ֥י). Head of a family of Solomon’s servants whose descendants returned from the Babylonian captivity with Zerubbabel (Ezra 2:55; Neh 7:57); omitted in the parallel (1 Esd 5:33). International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915) so’-ti, so’-ta-i, so-ta’-i (coTay): One of those who returned from captivity, being descendants of Solomon’s servants (Ezr 2:55; Ne 7:57).