El'iphal (Hebrews Eliphal', אלִֵיפִּל, God is his judge; Sept. Ε᾿λιφαάλ v.r. Ε᾿λφάτ, Vulg. Eliphal), son of Ur (q.v.), and one of David's famous guard (1
Chronicles 11:35). B.C. 1046. In the parallel passage (2Sa 23:34) he seems to be called "ELIPHELET SEE ELIPHELET , the son of Ahasbai (q.v.), the son of the Maachathite ;" but the names are here greatly confused. SEE DAVID.