Nebal'lat (Heb. Neballat', נבִלָּט; Gesenius, hidden wickedness; Furst, firm soil; Dietrich, projection; Sept. Ναβαλλάτ. [but most copies omit]), a town (probably of Dan) occupied by the tribe of Benjamin (Ne 11:34). It is identified by Schwarz (Palest. page 134) with the large village Beit- Nebeala, five English miles northeast of Ramleh (Van de Velde, Memoir, page 336).