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A eunuch who served King Ahasuerus and was appointed to oversee (or assist) Esther. Hathach is the messenger Esther sent to Mordecai; Hathach is the one who informs Esther of Haman’s plot to commit genocide against the Jewish people (Esth 4:5–10; compare 4:11–17).
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HATHACH (PERSON) [Heb hătāk (הֲתָך)]. One of the eunuchs of King Ahasuerus appointed to attend to Queen Esther (Esth 4:5–12). Distressed with Mordecai’s behavior when he learned of Haman’s decree against the Jews in the empire, Esther sent her eunuch for some explanation. Mordecai returned her servant
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