E'liel (Hebrew Eliel', ץלֵיץֵל, to whom God is might), the name of some nine Israelites.
1. (Sept. Ε᾿λιήλ.) A valiant phylarch of the tribe of Manasseh east (1 Chronicles v. 24). B.C. post 1612.
2. (Sept. Ε᾿λιήλ.) Son of Toah and father of Jerohan, ancestors of Heman the singer and Levite (1Ch 6:34); probably identical with the ELIAB of 1Ch 6:34, and the ELIHU of 1Sa 1:1. B.C. cir 1250. SEE SAMUEL.
3. (Sept. Ε᾿λιηλί.) One of the descendants of Shimhi, and head of a Benjamite family in Jerusalem (1Ch 8:20). B.C. between 1612 and 588.
4. (Sept. Ε᾿λεήλ.) One of the descendants of Shashak, and likewise head of a Benjamite family at Jerusalem (1Ch 8:22). B.C. eod.
5. (Sept. Ε᾿λιήλ v.r. Ε᾿λιάβ.) The seventh of the Gadite heroes who joined David in his stronghold in the wilderness (1Ch 12:11), possibly the same with No. 6 or 7. B.C. 1061.
6. (Sept. Ε᾿λιήλ v.r. Ι᾿ελιήλ.) A Mahanite (q.v), and one of David's distinguished warriors (1Ch 11:46). B.C. 1046.
7. (Sept. Α᾿λιήλ v.r. Δαλιήλ.) Another of David's distinguished warriors (1Ch 11:47). B.C. eod.
8. (Sept. Ε᾿λιήλ.) Chief of the 80 Hebronite Levites assembled by David to assist in bringing the ark to Jerusalem (1Ch 15:9,11). B.C. 1043.
9. (Sept. Ε᾿λιήλ.) One of the Levites appointed by Hezekiah to have charge of the offerings for the Temple services (2Ch 31:13). B.C. 726.