Eliel (assistant to Conaniah)
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One of the overseers whom King Hezekiah and Azariah appointed to assist the priest Conaniah (2 Chr 31:13).
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ELIEL (PERSON) [Heb ʾĕlı̂ʾēl (אֱלִיאֵל)]. 1. A leader of the half-tribe of Manasseh which settled in Transjordan (1 Chr 5:24). Eliel is among seven Manassites described as “mighty warriors, famous men, heads of their fathers’ houses.” Several scholars have pointed out the awkward positioning of this
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ELIEL1. Warrior and head of a family of the half-tribe of Manasseh that lived east of the Jordan River (1 Chr 5:24).2. Tola’s son, a Kohathite who was one of the Levitical singers in the time of David (1 Chr 6:34); possibly the same as Eliab (1 Chr 6:27).3. Shimei’s son and a chief of Benjamin’s tribe
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E´LIEL (eʹlī-el; “God is God”).1. One of the leaders of the tribe of Manasseh, on the E of the Jordan, a mighty man (1 Chron. 5:24).2. The son of Toah and father of Jeroham, ancestors of Heman the singer and Levite (1 Chron. 6:34); probably identical with the Eliab of v. 27 and of the Elihu of 1 Sam.