Abiel (son of Gideoni)
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ABIEL (PERSON) [Heb ʾăbı̂ʾēl (אֲבִיאֵל)]. 1. A Benjaminite, the father of Kish and Ner, and the grandfather of Saul and Abner (1 Sam 9:1; 14:51). The name probably means “my father is [the god] El.” Abiel represents the fourth generation in the Saulide genealogy in 1 Sam 9:1. An identification of Abiel
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Abiel [Ay-bee-el](Hebrew origin: God is my father)(1 Samuel 9:1). 12th century b.c. Abiel, son of Zeror of the tribe of Benjamin, was the father of Kish, the father of King Saul, and of Ner, the father of Abner, the commander of the king’s army. Abiel, who was also called Jehiel (1 Chronicles 9:35),
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ABIEL ay´bee-uhl [אֲבִיאֵל ʾaviʾel]. 1. Abiel, a descendant of Benjamin and son of ZEROR, was the father of KISH and the grandfather of Saul (1 Sam 9:1). In 1 Chr 8:29 and 9:35 his name appears as JEIEL. This lineage is confused by other passages where Abiel is the father of NER (1 Sam 14:51) and Ner