The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Emathis (Ἐμαθις, Emathis). One of the descendants of Bebai (Bebae) who agreed to Ezra’s command to divorce his foreign wife (1 Esdras 9:29). The parallel list in Ezra 10:28 reads the name Athlai in place of Emathis.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Emathis (Person)
EMATHIS (PERSON) [Gk Emathis (Ἐμαθις)]. A descendant of Bebae and one of the returned exiles who married a foreign woman during the era of Ezra’s mission (1 Esdr 9:29, cf. Ezra 10:28). In the parallel text of Ezra 10:28, the name Athlai appears in the position Emathis holds in 1 Esdr 9:29. For more
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Emathis emʹə-this [Gk. Emathis, B Emaththis, A Ematheis]; AV AMATHEIS. One of the sons of Bebai (1 Esd. 9:29), called “Athlai” in Ezr. 10:28. See Athlai.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
EMATHEIS<e-ma-the’-is> ([ Ἀμαθίας, Amathias]; Emeus; Codex Vaticanus, [ Ἐμαθθίς, Emaththis]; Codex Alexandrinus, [̓ Ἐμαθείς, Ematheis]; the King James Version, Amatheis): One of the sons of Bebai (1 Esdras 9:29), called “Athlai” in Ezra 10:28.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
EMATHEIS, ē̇-ma-thēʹis (Ἀμαθίας, Amathías; Emeus; B, Ἐμαθθίς, Emaththís; A, Ἐμαθείς, Ematheís; AV Amatheis): One of the sons of Bebai (1 Esd 9:29), called “Athlai” in Ezr 10:28.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
EMATHIS em´uh-thuhs [Ἐμαθίς Emathis]. The son of a priest, Bebai, who had taken a foreign wife (1 Esd 9:29). The name is ATHLAI in the par. (Ezra 10:28).