(Mishʹa·el) [possibly, Who Is Like God?; or, Who Belongs to God?].
1. A Kohathite Levite and son of Uzziel. (Ex 6:18, 22) After Aaron’s sons Nadab and Abihu were executed by Jehovah for offering illegitimate fire, Mishael and his brother Elzaphan carried their bodies outside the camp.—Le 10:1-5.
3. One of the men who stood at Ezra’s left hand when the copyist read from the book of the Law to the Jews assembled in Jerusalem after the Babylonian exile.—Ne 8:3, 4.