סַטְדָּא, (סוֹטְ׳) pr. n. (prob. of Greek origin, cmp. pr. n. Σταδιεύς) Saṭda; בן ס׳ son of S., surname of Jesus of Nazareth. Sabb. 104ᵇ; Tosef. ib. XI (XII), 15; Y. ib. XII, end, 13ᵈ והלא בן ס׳ לא הביא וכ׳ but did not Ben S. bring sorcery from Egypt only in this way (by making incisions in his flesh)? Y. Snh. VII, 25ᵈ top כך עשו לבן סוט׳ וכ׳ so they did to Ben S. in Lydda, when they made two scholars lie in wait for him &c.; Y. Yeb. XVI, 15ᵈ bot. Sabb. l. c. (in editions not controlled by censors, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.) בעל ס׳ בועל וכ׳ her husband’s name was S., her lover’s, Pandera; (refuted and changed) אמו ס׳ וכ׳ his mother’s name was S. … סַֹטְֹיַת ד̇אֹ וכ׳ this one deserted her husband; Snh. 67ᵃ סָטַת דא וכ׳ (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note).