Am'miel (Hebrew Ammiel', עַמַּיאֵל, people [i.e. friend] of God: Sept. Αμιήλ), the name of four men:
1. The son of Gemalli, of the tribe of Dan, one of the twelve spies sent by Moses to explore the land of Canaan (Nu 13:12), B.C. 1657. He was, of course, among the ten who perished by the plague for their unfavorable report (Nu 14:37).
2. The father of Machir of Lo-debar, which latter was one of David's friends (2Sa 9:4-5; 2Sa 17:27). B.C. ante 1023.
3. The father of Bathsheba, wife of Uriah, and afterward of David (1Ch 3:5). In 2Sa 11:3, he is called (by transposition) ELIAM (q. V.).
4. The sixth son of Obed-edom, the Levite (1Ch 26:5), B.C. 1014.