(Eʹli·el) [My God Is God].
1. One of the heads of the half tribe of Manasseh. Like the other heads, Eliel was a valiant, mighty fellow, a man of fame.—1Ch 5:24.
7. A Gadite, one of the swift, courageous, mighty men who separated themselves to David’s side while he was still under restrictions because of King Saul. The least of these Gadites is described as equal to a hundred, and the greatest to a thousand.—1Ch 12:1, 8, 11, 14.
9. A Levite commissioner at the side of Conaniah, who was in charge of “the contribution and the tenth and the holy things” in the days of King Hezekiah.—2Ch 31:11-13.