Han'nieël (Heb. Cihanniel', חִנַּיאֵל grace of God; Sept. Α᾿νιήλ,Vulg. Hanniel and Haniel), the name of two men.
1. Son of Ephod and phylarch of the tribe of Manasseh, appointed by Moses at the divine nomination as one of the commissioners to divide the promised land (Nu 34:23). B.C. 1618.
2. One of the sons of Ulla and chief of the tribe of Asher (1Ch 7:39, where the name is less correctly Anglicized "Haniel"). B.C. ante 720.