(E·li·zaʹphan), Elzaphan (El·zaʹphan) [(My) God Has Concealed (Treasured Up)].
1. The son of Aaron’s uncle Uzziel, who, along with his brother Mishael, at Moses’ direction, carried the bodies of Nadab and Abihu outside the camp. (Ex 6:22; Le 10:4; Nu 3:30) Elizaphan was the ancestral head of a Levitical family, members of which are specifically mentioned in the Bible as serving during the reigns of David and Hezekiah.—1Ch 15:8; 2Ch 29:13.
2. The son of Parnach and the chieftain of the sons of Zebulun who was among those appointed at Jehovah’s direction to divide the Promised Land into inheritance portions.—Nu 34:25.