Kad'miel (Heb. Kadmiel', קִדמַיאֵל, before God, i.e. his servant; Sept. Καδμιήλ), one of the Levites who returned with Zerubbabel from the captivity (Ne 12:8), and assisted in the various reforms of that period, being always named in connection with Jeshua (Ezr 3:9; Nehemiahvii, 43; comp. Ezr 3:9); sometimes only as a descendant in common of Hodaviah (Ezr 2:40; Ne 7:43; comp. Ezr 3:9), but once as a son (Ne 12:24). The length of time over which these notices seem to extend (B.C. 536-410) leads to the suspicion that they relate to two individuals (perhaps a brother and also a son of the Levite Jeshua), one of whom may have been concerned in the earlier events, and the other in the later.