[most Jedi'ael] (Heb. Yedial', ידַיעֲאֵל, known by God; Sept. Ι᾿αδιήλ, Α᾿διήλ, Ι᾿εδιήλ), the name of at least three men.
1. One of the sons of Benjamin (1Ch 7:6), whose sons (ver. 10) and descendants are enumerated as being 17,200 warriors in David's census (ver. 11). He is, perhaps, the same elsewhere called ASHBEL (1Ch 8:1). SEE BENJAMIN; SEE JACOB.
2. A Shimrite (q.v.); one of David's famous bodyguard (1Ch 11:45); probably the Manassite of the same name who joined David's troop at Zikiag (1Ch 12:20). B.C. 1053-1046.
3. A Korhite of the Levitical family of Ebiasaph, second son of Meshelemiah, and one of the gate-keepers to the tabernacle or Temple (1Ch 26:2). B.C. 1014.